Right next to the port is the city’s train station while the distance to ‘’Ancona Falconara’’ airport is approximately 18km.
Boarding the ferry from Ancona, you will be able to reach Patras, Igoumenitsa and Corfu where those crossings are operated with the conventional ferries of Anek-Superfast and Grimaldi Euromed (Minoan Lines).
There are daily crossings to both the port of Igoumenitsa and Patras while the crossings to Corfu are only operated in the summertime.
Patras is located on the mainland of Greece, more specifically on the northern side of Peloponnese where the ferry from Ancona takes about 22 hours to get there.
Igoumenitsa is located in the northwestern part of Greece while the ferry’s trip duration is approximately 17-18h30m.
The summer crossings from Ancona to Corfu are operated practically every second day where the ferry arrives to its destination in 16-17 hours.
The one-way ticket from Ancona to each of those destinations (Igoumenitsa, Patras, Corfu) ranges among 83 up until 686 euro.
The above-mentioned prices and trip durations differ depending on the seasonality, selected ferry company and type of accommodation. For your convenience, the Italy-Greece connection provides many different discounts and offers which could decrease the total cost of a booking.
The most common discounts are the early booking discount, automobile club membership, children, infants, student, juvenile and senior discount as well as the return trip discount provided that you purchase the tickets for both ways in one reservation.
For further information and details we could always assist you into finding the most suitable and cost-effective option.
Greece is undoubtedly one of the most popular destinations in the world, widely known as the center of hospitality, marvelous monuments, unique architecture and birthplace of democracy. Home to a few of the world’s most significant historical sites, along with countless stunning islands with the most exquisite crystal-clear waters and delightful beaches.
Igoumenitsa is a coastal town in northwestern Greece, the capital of the regional unit of Thesprotia, full of archeological sites and monuments of major cultural significance that reach up to the Prehistoric period.
Make sure to visit the castle of Igoumenitsa which is built on the pine-covered hill that dominates the modern city probably since the late Roman times. Its walls have undergone many repairs the past few years though it remains a magnificent monument.
From crowded and noisy to tiny and isolated with access exclusively by sea, Igoumenitsa's beaches will easily captivate you.
Corfu is perhaps the most famous island in the Ionian Sea, a place with great history, with a majestic capital full of cantonments, Venetian and neoclassical buildings. It has been greatly influenced by various European cultures, which is obvious from its architecture.
The island is full of beautiful beaches and secluded coves as the ones of Moraitika, you can also swim on the nearby beaches in Mesoggi, Agios Georgios, Isso and Kavos.
Patras is the third largest city in the country, with many wonderful attractions, such as the city's new archeological museum, the medieval castle, the Apollo Municipal Theater (1872) , the ancient conservatory as well as the Rio-Antirio bridge "Charilaos Trikoupis"
Patras is full of youth and vibrant night life, so it couldn't help but have countless entertainment options. Restaurants, street food, cafes, bars, clubs are waiting for you to choose the one that best suits your taste.
Whichever destination you choose, the only sure thing is that you will be enchanted by its incomparable beauty and its countless sights.
Travelling by ferry is the most practical and affordable way to get from Italy to Greece, especially for passengers that travel by car, motorcycle, camper, caravan or any other vehicle. All operating ferries are highly equipped, full of gorgeous spaces, modern decoration and luxurious places on board that will certainly satisfy your every need.
The ferry’s reception is open during the whole trip in order to assist you with the best possible way and make your journey as comfortable as possible.
One of the greatest advantages is that you have the option of enjoying your trip right on deck at the pool bar where you can witness the spectacular view, get a drink and surrender to the bewitching atmosphere.
Another pleasant fact is that there are escalators and elevators on the ferry which makes the trip even more suitable for disabled people. Other than that, there are uniquely constructed cabins to achieve the safest and comfiest trip for everyone.
Just a little heads up, passengers travelling with a vehicle are recommended to be at the port at least 2-3-hours prior departure in order to do all necessary arrangements.
If you feel like visiting a bit the rest of the islands, keep in mind that from Patras you will easily be able to get to Ithaki and Kefalonia. As from Igoumenitsa you could travel to either Paxi or Corfu, in the Ionian islands. There’s also an available crossing from Corfu back to Igoumenitsa port.