Brindisi ferries connect Italy with Greece, Ionian Islands, Kefalonia & Albania with crossings available to Patras & Igoumenitsa (in Greece), Corfu, Zakynthos & Paxi (in Ionian Islands), Sami (in Kefalonia) & Vlora & Saranda (in Albania). Brindisi Ferry crossings are operated by Grimaldi Lines, European Seaways, Red Star Ferries & European Ferries and depending on time of year you’ll find a choice of up to 42 ferry crossings weekly.
There are up to 13 ferry crossings daily from Brindisi with sailing durations starting from 5 hours. Our Brindisi ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
Brindisi ferry port is located in a wide funnel-shaped bay wedged into the coast in the south-east of Italy in the Apulia region.
The port of Brindisi has always been considered as the gateway to the east and is one of the biggest commercial and industrial marinas on the Adriatic Sea. Brindisi provides crossings to the Greek mainland, the Ionian islands and Albania. There are regular departures in mid and high season to match the demand for the locals and tourists.
Due to its popularity as a destination, holiday accommodation and numerous restaurants are located close to the port.
To reach Brindisi Ferry Port from the north, follow the motorway to Bari and take the A14 to the Ionic and Tyrrhenian regions. Finally follow the SS106 to Calabria and take the highway to Potenza, through Salerno and Naples.
Brindisi lies on the principal route running from Milan through Bologna and Bari. You can also catch the train to towns in Calabria and Campania.
Costa Morena, Felino, BR 43035 Brindisi
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Brindisi Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Brindisi Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!