Ionian Islands

Compare ferries from Ionian Islands to Albania

There are numerous ferry crossings operating from Ionian Islands to Albania. Ferries currently connect 1 Ports in Ionian Islands with 2 Ports in Albania.

There are a combined number of 9 ferry crossings each day across a selection of 2 ferry routes which are operated by 5 ferry companies including Sarris Cruises & Lines, Joy Lines Fast Ferry, Finikas Lines, Ionian Seaways & Joy Lines with the shortest crossing taking around 0 hour 15 minute (Saranda).

This is a general summary of the services on offer between Ionian Islands and Albania, for live information select from our Fare Search.

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Ferries from Ionian Islands to Albania

About Ionian Islands:

The Ionians comprise seven Greek islands named Zakynthos, Ithaca, Corfu, Kefalonia, Lefkada, Paxi and Kythira scattered along the mainland’s west and south coasts.

With each island offering a distinct character, they’re a fantastic holiday destination for any kind of traveller. Some boast stunning Parisian-style architecture and blossoming food scenes, whilst others claim some of the country’s finest beaches and tallest mountains.

The Ionian Islands offer excellent diving and snorkelling opportunities too, as plenty of colourful fish and sea turtles can be seen beneath the turquoise waves. Also, superb museums and stunning palaces await inland, where you can learn all about the islands’ fascinating cultural history, so there’s plenty to see and do.

There is no shortage of sailing options from the Ionians as there are numerous routes available to both international and domestic destinations. With a wide range of ferry companies to choose from, it couldn’t be easier to sail from these beautiful Greek islands.

About Albania:

Albania is a small country in south-eastern Europe, approximately 72 km from Italy across the Strait of Otranto.

Having recently recuperated from a difficult communist regime, Albania has since become a highly desirable holiday spot thanks to its striking mountain scenery, fascinating archaeological sites and beautiful beaches.

The capital, Tirana is a vibrant city with brightly coloured buildings and picturesque plazas fringed by trees and mountains. One of the oldest cities in the country, Berat has recently joined the UNESCO World Heritage Site list for its Ottoman architecture and intact castle, so there’s plenty of appealing cultural sights.

The Albanian coastline stretches from the Adriatic to the Ionian Sea, so the country is well accessible from both northern and southern Italian ports. There are numerous ferry companies offering overnight sailings, so it might be worth booking a more comfortable cabin.