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Carloforte ▷ Calasetta


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Next departures to Carloforte - Calasetta

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Timetable
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Sun, 05/22/2022
00:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
01:30
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
03:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
04:30
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
06:55
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
08:20
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
09:40
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
12:40
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
14:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
17:10
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte

Next departures to Calasetta - Carloforte

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Sun, 05/22/2022
00:45
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
02:15
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
03:45
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
05:15
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
07:35
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
10:20
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
13:20
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
14:50
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
16:30
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
17:50
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte

Carloforte

Carloforte
Information about Carloforte
The island of San Pietro is by extension, 51 square kilometres, the second largest island of the Sulcis archipelago. Its coasts are high and rocky beaches lapped by a crystal clear sea, while the inside is covered by thick Mediterranean scrub.
Carloforte is the only town on the island. It was founded during the reign of Carlo Emanuele III, by a colony of fishermen ligurians from Tabarka, an island off the coast of Tunisia. The Ligurian origin of its inhabitants can be found in the dialect, traditions, customs, in the urban layout of the village, as can be seen by visiting its old town.

Calasetta

Calasetta
Information about Calasetta
The Calasetta Marina offers a hospitable reception to its customers and to all visitors. The modern marina is located in the port of Calasetta, well protected and ideal for exploring the beautiful coasts of the Sulcis, with its bays, beaches and Islands, which make Sardinia so unique.
There are many possible excursions in boat on the island of Sant'Antioco and the nearby island of San Pietro. You can anchor, swim in the crystal clear turquoise water-and enjoy the beautiful landscapes.