San Domino (Tremiti) ferry port in Tremiti Islands connects you with Termoli in Italy with a choice of up to 36 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the San Domino to Termoli crossing is from 50 minutes and the crossing is operated by Tirrenia, NLG & Gruppo Armatori Garganici.
San Domino is an island in the Tremiti Islands archipelago which belongs to Italy, resting in the Adriatic Sea. The port is used to connect passengers with the Italian mainland, with crossings to Trieste and Termoli on the west coast of Itay.
The island has become somewhat of a mecca for diving; exotic underwater coves adorn the underwater setting, perfect for anyone with a penchant for an adventure. Many who tend to occupy the water are visitors from nearby cities in Italy, though the island has become recognised by a few Europeans whose travels maintain the growing increase in tourism. The expanding number of tourists hasn’t overwhelmed San Domino, if anything it has created a buoyant atmosphere, welcoming visitors from all across the globe into its oasis of charming cafes and bristling bars.
The food is famously delicious across the entirety of the island, especially the seafood which has become an unofficial dish for many of the locals. If the weather is as glorious as you’d expect, a table on the terrace of a restaurant overlooking the harbour and Adriatic Sea can prove the perfect setting to while away the evening with sumptuous Italian cuisine. Despite the wonderful culinary options, some families prefer to discover the most aesthetically pleasing spots along the shoreline and enjoy a picnic underneath the Mediterranean Sun.
The island is relatively small and compact, so many choose to travel by foot.