Ferries Portovesme Carloforte

Portovesme ▷ Carloforte


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Next departures to Portovesme - Carloforte

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Sun, 05/22/2022
06:10
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
06:50
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
08:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
08:45
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
10:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
10:30
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
11:50
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
13:35
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
14:30
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
15:40
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte

Next departures to Carloforte - Portovesme

Date
Timetable
Company
Ship
Sun, 05/22/2022
05:05
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
06:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
07:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
07:50
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
09:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
09:35
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
11:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
12:35
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
13:00
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte
Sun, 05/22/2022
14:30
Collegamenti Sardegna
Carloforte

Portovesme

Portovesme
Information about Portovesme
Portoscuso Portoscuso is a comune (municipality) in the province of Carbonia-Iglesias.
Hosts an industrial and commercial port, from where you can reach the island of San Pietro, is also an important industrial center, specializing in non-ferrous metallurgy, unique in Italy for his productions.

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.