Who we are

Cagliari Cruise Port is the company that manages the general services of the logistics platform for cruise ships in the port of Cagliari and has built the new Terminal on the Rinascita Pier, inaugurated on 21.07.2016.

From November 2016, Cagliari Cruise Port has joined the large family of Global Ports Holding, the world's leading cruise terminal operator with a consolidated presence in the Mediterranean, Atlantic and Asia-Pacific regions, including some important realities of commercial ports in Turkey and Montenegro. GPH manages a portfolio of 14 ports in 8 countries, in which more than 3,000 calls of all companies are held every year and where in 2016 transited more than 7.5 million passengers.

Only in the Mediterranean Global Ports Holding has gained a market share of 25% and is growing steadily.

The mission in Sardinia is the strengthening of passenger traffic in the capital to make it a privileged reference point for Cruise Companies, with the goal of becoming a Home Port. Also for this purpose, Cagliari Cruise Port operates a constant promotion of the port, of the City of Cagliari and all South Sardinia, both with direct actions towards the Cruise Lines, with the organization of familiarization trips, and finally with the participation in the most important international fair events.

The nautical-technical features of the harbor, which can safely accommodate even the big ships of the last generation, its rich infrastructure and the wide variety of destinations of touristic value throughout the territory of South Sardinia, constitute the ideal requirements for the local cruise industry development. The port of Cagliari is also close to Elmas International Airport, just a short walk from the train station and the courier terminal.

Thanks to the promotional activity carried out by Cagliari Cruise Port and its business policy aimed at the constant improvement of the quality of services, the companies that have decided to include the port of Cagliari among their cruise destinations are constantly increasing.