The ferry port of Corfu connects Ionian Islands with Italy with ferry services operated by European Seaways, Ventouris Ferries, Red Star Ferries & Anek Superfast.
There is a choice of up to 16 sailings per week from Corfu with the shortest crossing taking around 7 hours.
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The island of Corfu is situated in the north western part of Greece, where the Adriatic Sea meets the north Ionian Sea.
The name 'Corfu' derives from the spears of a fortress, which can be seen from far away. It is an island with lush vegetation, olive groves and sandy beaches.
Since the seventies, Corfu has become a popular tourist destination and attracts visitors from all over the world.
In terms of ferry services, due to its popularity as a holiday destination, Corfu port is well connected to Italy with services offered by the regions biggest ferry companies.
Corfu ferry port is located on the east side of the island and you can get there via the main coastal road or inland via the island's easy to navigate road network.
New Port, GR-491 00, Corfu
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