HOW TO GET TO IGOUMENITSA
From the port of Ancona with Minoan Lines (approx. 22 hours)
From the port of Venice with Anek Lines to Igoumenitsa (approx. 24 hours)
From the port of Bari with Superfast & Ventouris Ferries to Igoumenitsa (approx. 11 hours)
From the port of Brindisi with Grimaldi Lines to Igoumenitsa (approx. 9 hours)
From Corfu, with the local ferries to Igoumenitsa (approx. 1,45 hours)
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FERRY TICKETS TO IGOUMENITSA
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City of Igoumenitsa
Igoumenitsa is a coastal city in northwestern Greece and at the same time the capital of the regional unit of Thesprotia. The city of Igoumenitsa located in the cove of Thesprotia bay and exactly in front of the island of Corfu. The strategic location of the port of Igoumenitsa, which can be characterized as connection portal, it is the key point of entrance for anyone travelling to Western, Central or Northern Greece, as it connects Mainland Greece with Ionian Islands, Italy and others upcoming touristic destinations in the Mediterranean. The port of Igoumenitsa is the nearest port to Italy with daily direct connections with Venice, Ancona, Bari and Brindisi.
The city of Igoumenitsa consists of diverse historical and isolated monuments, such as Igoumenitsa Castle of late Roman times in grove of Igoumenitsa, Rayo Tower of the Ottoman period. On the coast of Igoumenitsa man can visit Sivota and Parga. The seaside village of Sivota emerges as it is surrounded by the greenish scenery and by the unique blue color of the crystal-clear waters. The city of Parga is a charming town built on a hill in the western part of Greece. Although it is a mainland town, its scenery reminds of an island. Parga is solely stunning and combines fantastic Greek food, beautiful setting and wonderful beaches.
What is the Igoumenitsa Ferry schedule?
Igoumenitsa port serves ferry routes to Ancona, Brindisi, Bari and Venice. The port of Igoumenitsa connects Greece with Italy.
How much does the Igoumenitsa Ferry cost?
Prices can be vary depending on time and period of year. We recommend you to use our online booking system in order to get live ferry times and prices.