Ferry schedules and tickets from Brindisi to Greece
Brindisi is one of the most important ports of the Adriatic Sea and has always been considered as the gateway to the Balkan and the Middle East. Brindisi is located in the region of Apulia in southern Italy and serves a large number of tourists every year since it connects Italy to the Greek and Albanian mainland as well as the Ionian islands.
Ferries from Brindisi to Igoumenitsa
There is at least one daily route from Brindisi to Igoumenitsa during the whole year operated by Grimaldi Lines. Especially during the high season, the itineraries get denser, since European Seaways performs 6 itineraries per week apart from Grimaldi Lines. The duration for the Brindisi to Igoumenitsa trip will be in the range of 7.5 to 10 hours, depending on the itinerary you book.
Ferry from Brindisi to Patras
The route from Brindisi to Patras is operated by Grimaldi Lines with three itineraries per week during the whole year. The duration for the Brindisi to Patras trip is approximately 16 hours.
Ferry from Brindisi to Corfu, Kefalonia, and Zante (Zakynthos)
During summer there are also ferry operations from Brindisi to the Ionian islands of Corfu, Kefalonia, and Zakynthos (or else Zante). The route from Brindisi to Corfu is served by 9 itineraries weekly and the duration of the trip is approximately 7 hours. The aforementioned trip is operated by both Grimaldi Lines and European Seaways. As far as the Brindisi to Kefalonia (Sami) and Zakynthos trip is concerned, there is an itinerary performed once a week by Red Star Ferries. The duration of the Brindisi to Sami trip is approximately 14 hours whereas the Brindisi to Zakynthos trip takes 17 hours.
A few words about Brindisi
The city’s strategic position has contributed to its commercial, industrial and cultural growth through the centuries. Brindisi preserves important archaeological finds and the beautiful sandy beaches scattered along the coast attract many tourists every year. Among the sights not to be missed is the Church of San Giovanni al Sepolcro, the Colonna Romana (Roman Column), Castello Svevo or Castello Grande ("Hohenstaufen Castle" or "Large Castle"), as well as the Aragonese Castle, best known as Forte a Mare.