Corfu to Saranda Ferry

The Corfu Saranda ferry route connects Ionian Islands with Albania and is currently operated by 5 ferry companies. Sarris Cruises & Lines operate their crossing up to 3 times per day, Joy Lines Fast Ferry 12 times per week, Finikas Lines 4 times per day, Ionian Seaways 14 times per week & the Joy Lines service is available up to 3 times per day.

There are a combined 14 sailings available per day on the Corfu Saranda crossing between Ionian Islands and Albania and with 5 ferry companies on offer it is advisable to compare all to make sure you get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.

Corfu - Saranda Ferry Operators

  • Sarris Cruises & Lines
    • 3 Sailings Daily 1 hr 10 min
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  • Joy Lines Fast Ferry
    • 12 Sailings Weekly 35 min
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  • Finikas Lines
    • 4 Sailings Daily 30 min
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  • Ionian Seaways
    • 14 Sailings Weekly 30 min
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  • Joy Lines
    • 3 Sailings Daily 1 hr 30 min
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Average Corfu Saranda Prices

Prices shown represent the average one way price paid by our customers. The most common booking on the Corfu Saranda route is a car and 2 passengers.

Corfu Saranda Ferry reviews

  • "Corfu to Sarande return trip"

    We used Sarris Cruises and lines to travel to Sarande from Corfu port as part of our holiday. The security and passport checks were quick and easy and the ferry itself (Sana S) was fine albeit a bit old now. We went to the top deck to get a view and it didn't disappoint. There were refreshments on board although we didn't purchase any as the trip was only an hour and a quarter. Disembarking at Sarande was effortless as were the passport checks. The return journey again was absolutely fine, no issues. Just make sure you have two copies of your ticket. One for outbound and one for the return journey.

    'Anonymous' travelled Corfu Saranda with Sarris Cruises & Lines

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  • "No problems"

    No problems with my booking. Remember to take 2 hard copies of your boarding pass for each way.

    'Paul' travelled Corfu Saranda with Sarris Cruises & Lines

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  • "Everything was perfect"

    Quick, easy and cheap to book online and pick up the tickets from the office by the port when you arrive. There were no problems with the crossing itself either and I would 100% use the service again.

    'Anonymous' travelled Corfu Saranda with Finikas Lines

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  • "The staff were extremely helpful."

    I had to catch a flight at 1 pm and miscalculated the time. I spoke with two men from staff and they made all they could to help me. I really am amazed by their kindnes. Thank you very very very much. I will defenitely recomend this ship to everybody.

    'Linda' travelled Corfu Saranda with Joy Lines Fast Ferry

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Corfu Guide

Located in the Ionian Sea, the Greek island of Corfu is the second largest of the Ionian Islands. Also called Corfu is the island's largest city and is home to the Ionian University. The island is popular with tourists who flock there to enjoy the island's excellent beaches and its mild Mediterranean climate. Surprisingly, Corfu is quite a green island, especially compared to other Greek islands. Hot summers combined with winter rains creates lush vegetation which is dominated by over 2 million olive trees.

Corfu town is Venice and Naples, with a touch of France and more than a dash of England. The maze of narrow streets in the town are dominated by the 16th century fortress, which is well worth exploring. Wandering around the city visitors will probably stumble across an old chapel or mansion or perhaps a secret garden. In the narrow streets radiating off from the Liston, visitors will find small shops selling everything you can think of. You will find craftsmen that are experts at designing and making Greek jewellery in gold. Coupled with competitive prices you may be tempted to take more than memories away from the island!

The island's port offers ferry services to a number of destinations, although the majority of services tend to depart to the Greek mainland.