Igoumenitsa Brindisi Ferry

  • Igoumenitsa Brindisi Ferry
    Igoumenitsa Brindisi Ferry

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Alternative Routes

  • Igoumenitsa - Bari
    4 crossings weekly
    11 hr
  • Patras - Bari
    6 crossings weekly
    16 hr 30 min
  • Patras - Brindisi
    1 crossings weekly
    16 hr 30 min

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Igoumenitsa Information

Igoumenitsa ferry port is set in a small and quite picturesque town situated to the east of Corfu, on Igoumenitsas Bay in the north-west Greece in the Epirus province. Igoumenitsa ferry port represents an important ferry terminal and a tourist centre; it is one of Greece's gateways to Western Europe, and a major port of call for Adriatic maritime traffic.

Igoumenitsa has many natural attractions; charming beaches and mountains surrounding the town allowing a great range of outdoor activities. Igoumenitsa is also an important historical centre and was one of the most important towns of the kingdom of Thesprotis during the 4th century BC, many vestiges can still be found around the town.

The new port of Igoumenitsa was found in 2003, it is one of the most important ports in Greece. Ferries heading to Corfu, Paxi, Patra, Ancona, Bari, Brindisi and Venice depart from this port and connect Greece with Italy with frequent ferry itineraries. You are able to reach Igoumenitsa using the suburban (KTEL) buses of Greece. The bus station is situated next door to the port of Igoumenitsa. In case you have your own car, then you can take Egnatia Road and exit at Igoumenitsa. Travelling to and from Igoumenitsa by ferry is very easy as you'll find a big choice of services on this route.

Brindisi Information

Brindisi ferry port is located on the southern end of Italy's beautiful Adriatic coast, in the region of Apulia (Puglia in Italian). Brindisi has always been a busy city of importance through history due to its natural harbour. The advantageous position of its harbour has meant that Brindisi ferry port has developed in a major port that provides transport and freight links to destinations in Greece and throughout the world.

Over the years Brindisi has suffered greatly through several invasions and has been occupied several times. Despite the damage the city was always rebuilt quickly and the historic buildings restored, with many of them open to the public, the most popular of these are the gothic styled church of Santa Maria del Casale, and the Aragonese Castle.


  • 19 Aug 2017
    Pessimo traghetto
    • La peggior nave mai presa. Sporchissima, puzzolente, con bagni rotti, zone allagate e condizionatori che piovono acqua a cascate, con locali tecnici aperti che rasentano la sicurezza. Il personale è scortese e i furti a bordo sono frequenti a causa della cattiva utenza. Probabilmente si salva solo chi dorme in cabina. In termini di puntualità è abbastanza precisa. Dovrebbe costare la metà per quello che offrono. Una nave merci sarebbe di qualità superiore.

      Review by Giovanna

  • 13 Jun 2017
    Seemed to be mainly a freight ferry for lorries
    • The boat was late to arrive and it was difficult to know where to go with few signs to help us. The boat seemed to be mainly freight with rather chaotic coming off and going on of lorries with foot passengers wandering throughout the lorries with seemingly no safety guidance. Our cabin was comfortable enough but the boat was dirty and I wouldn't rush to travel again on this ferry.

      Review by Anon

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