Port of Igoumenitsa

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Igoumenitsa, Thesprotia, Greece)

The port of Igoumenitsa is the third largest port in Greece and by virtue of size alone is a very busy port. Many ferry lines dock at the port from both local and international destinations.

Igoumenitsa is serviced by ferries sailing from Bari, Brindsi, Venice and Ancona in Italy. The local ferry routes are to Corfu and Patras.

Igoumenitsa to Bari

The ferry companies: Ventouris Ferries, SuperFast Ferries and Agoudimos Lines sail daily to Bari in Italy. The trip takes an average of 10 hours. Bari, the capital of the Apulia, is the second largest city in southern Italy. The port of Bari is usually very busy and provides cafés, ATM's, public phones and other services available at the port.

Igoumenitsa to Ancona

Currently, SuperFast Ferries, ANEK Lines and Minoan Lines sail to and from Ancona in Italy. There may be a stop at Corfu but this is dependent on the date of travel and the ferry service you choose. The crossings take approximately 15 hours for each company. The large busy port at Ancona is in the north east of Italy. The port runs 24 hours a day and has restaurants, bank tellers and other amenities.

Igoumenitsa to Patras

SuperFast Ferries, ANEK Lines and Minoan Lines all have daily sailings from Igoumenitsa to Patras. The Minoan Lines ferry stops travels to Patras via Corfu taking approximately 8 hours to complete the entire journey. ANEK Lines and SuperFast Ferries each take approximately 6 hours as there is no stop over at Corfu. Patras is a major port and offers many facilities including ATM machines, information kiosks, cafés, restaurants and other services. Close to the port, visitors will find many shops to browse and many sights to see.

Igoumenitsa to Venice

Minoan Lines offers daily crossings to Venice via Corfu and Patras. The total journey time is approximately 9 hours. ANEK Lines sails to Venice on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. The port at Venice is a thriving passenger and cargo port with excellent passenger facilities and close to many local conveniences.

Igoumenitsa to Brindisi

MyWay (Maritime Ferries) offers daily sailings to Brindisi via Corfu from Igoumenitsa. The trip takes about 8 hours in total. Fragline Ferries also sails this route, again taking approximately 8 hours. Agoudimos Lines sails from Igoumenitsa to Brindisi via Corfu everyday apart from Sundays and Mondays. Brindisi, in Italy, is busy port that provides many facilities including ATM machines, information centres and telecommunication services.

Igoumenitsa Port

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