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Ferries Tunisia

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Tunisia is a country in North Africa overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, just a few kilometers from the Sicilian coast.

With a mild and pleasant climate all year round, Tunisia is the perfect destination at any time of year. You can relax on its long beaches, enjoy water sports, hike in the Sahara and soak up the history and traditions of its picturesque cities. You can also enjoy traditional cuisine and buy Tunisian handicrafts in the colorful markets.

🏜️ Tunisia is an exotic country, close to the shores of the Mediterranean, allowing tourists to reach it within a few hours of travel. Once in Tunisia, you can do all sorts of activities, from hiking in the desert to visiting the surrounding islands, such as Djerba and Kerkennah.

Tunisia has an important historical, archaeological and natural heritage, which has been enhanced by its proximity to the major European cities and to all the peoples who have dominated the territory in the past. The mixing of cultures is also reflected in the fact that French is one of the most widely spoken languages in Tunisia, alongside Arabic.

Thanks to its strategic location, Tunisia is easily accessible by sea from Italy and France. Major shipping companies offer year-round connections between the three destinations.

⚓ The main port:

Tunis, the beautiful capital city of Tunisia, has developed on the shores of the gulf of the same name, with views of the Mediterranean. For centuries, it has been the country's main trading center and one of the busiest ports in the Mediterranean.

It is located in La Goulette, about 10 km from the city center, and regularly receives both cargo and passenger ferries.

Over the years, Tunis has seen many populations pass through with all their cultures and beliefs, leaving an indelible mark on the country.

The capital is divided into two parts: the new and modern city, which is increasingly opening up to tourism and Europe. On the other side we have the Medina, the Arab city, which still features fortification walls and narrow alleys.

⚓ The shipping companies:

🛥️ Due to its geographical location, Tunisia is easily reached by ferry, thanks to the many routes from Italy and France operated by the 4 ferry companies:

• Grimaldi Lines

• Grandi Navi Veloci

• CTN Tunisia Ferries 

Corsica Linea

The ferry companies operating to and from Tunisia will make your ferry trip a fabulous experience with safe and comfortable ships.

The ferries to Tunisia all arrive in the port of the capital, Tunis, and you can easily get there with your vehicle (car, motorbike, camper, or van) all year round from the Italian ports of Genova, Civitavecchia, Salerno and Palermo or the French port of Marseille.

🌸 If you are looking for the best time to visit Tunisia, we recommend spring, between the months of March and May, when temperatures are still mild and allow for a variety of activities. In July and August you will find more tourist crowds, temperatures soar, and some activities are not recommended.

You will be immersed in a country full of traditions, festivals and folklore, such as Ramadan, which is celebrated during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, or the Dougga Festival, the Carthage International Festival or the famous Sahara Festival.

🏖️ Tunisia is full of beautiful beaches, crystal clear seas and more and more tourists decide to visit. The first beach, now famous throughout the country, is that of Hammamet, where you will find golden sand and a clear sea where you can enjoy all kinds of activities.

Thanks to MrFerry you can quickly make a price comparison between all available departures, comparing all the offers for ferries to Tunisia. Fill in the few fields of the search engine and you will find all the departures for the requested period, and you will be able to compare all the different types of accommodation.

Ferries to Tunisia Connections and travel options

Ferries depart from Tunisia 2 or 3 times a week, either in the afternoon or at night, and the journey time can vary depending on the route chosen.

It can take anywhere from 10 to 30 hours of navigation, which you can make the most of with all the entertainment provided by the companies, such as refreshment areas, bars and restaurants, TV lounges, cinemas, a shopping area, children's entertainment and Internet access.

The services on board the ships will allow you to relax, enjoy the crossing and take part in one of the many activities offered by the companies – you are sure to find one that suits you best!

🚗 Want to visit Tunisia by car? No problem at all! All companies operating services to and from Tunisia have ships with large garages suitable for transporting all types of vehicles! Passengers must indicate the number plate and dimensions of the vehicle when making their reservation.

TIP: These itineraries are very popular, so we recommend booking well in advance, especially if you are travelling with a vehicle or want to secure specific accommodation.

🛏️ As far as accommodation is concerned, on board the ferries to Tunisia you can find different solutions to suit different budgets and needs. The first solution offered is the simple deck passage, which does not have an assigned seat but gives you access to all the common areas of the ship. The recliner, on the other hand, is located in the air-conditioned public areas. If you wish to have more privacy or travel in total comfort, we recommend that you book an exclusive use cabin (Standard inside, Standard sea view or Suite) with private facilities and accommodation suitable for passengers with reduced mobility.

🐶 Your pet is also welcome on board the ferries to Tunisia, if you wish to spend the crossing with them, book a pet friendly cabin or alternatively reserve accommodation for your pet in the onboard kennels. The kennels are always open for pet owners to visit their pets.

Remember to bring everything you need for your pet to travel with you: leash, muzzle, pet carrier, the ticket on which your pet will travel and any necessary medical documentation.

Take the ferry to Tunisia and discover the best sights!

Tunisia is the country with the closest taste of Africa to Italy, where you can admire Arab architecture, desert oases, Berber villages or relax on long sandy beaches lapped by an exotic sea.

Tunis, the capital, is a modern city with a blend of Arab and European history, as evidenced by its historic center, La Medina, and the Bardo Museum.

The villages of Sidi Bou Said, known as 'The Blue and White Paradise', La Marsa, the country's most noble city, the island of Djerba, the main destination for sea lovers travelling to Tunisia, Hammamet and the famous Antonine Baths are also well worth a visit.

Not to be missed when travelling to Tunisia by ferry are the many UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Roman amphitheater of El Jem, the ruins of Thugga and Carthage, the beautiful Medina of Susa and the holy city of Al-Qayrawan.

Choose MrFerry, enter the route and details of your trip, in a few moments you will be able to consult timetables and availability, compare prices offered by the companies operating the service and buy in total autonomy and safety the ferry ticket to Tunis that will take you to discover this interesting country.

Offers and special prices for large groups

Mr Ferry can calculate you some quotes for large groups with or without vehicle (bus, but also car or motorbike). If you are at least 10 people travelling, please ask for a special price by filling out the specific form. Our staff will contact you soon to calculate the best available offer!

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