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Ferries Ancona

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The Port of Ancona is an important gateway to Eastern Europe. Its latest reconstruction dates back to the post-war period and was designed to develop to the maximum the operation of industrial and tourist traffic at the international level.

The port is located close to the city and is organized into 5 areas, with 26 docks dedicated to different uses: passenger traffic, cruises, cargo, fishing area, and a final recreational area. The S. Maria embarkation pier is dedicated entirely to passenger traffic. The Ancona ferry embarkations are about 500 meters away from the unguarded paid car and RV parking lots.

The maritime station has inside it a baggage storage service, restrooms, refreshment areas offering wi-fi hotspot lines, a minibus shuttle service also equipped to transport passengers with reduced mobility and the disabled.

Port traffic on this port is one of the most important in the Adriatic Sea, registering an average of 1.5 million passengers traveling each year and more than 200,000 commercial vehicles transiting on ferries from Ancona.

The port activity makes use of a dense network of ferry departures from Ancona to Albania, Croatia, and Greece. The port of Ancona connects to cities such as, Corfu, Durrës, Patras, and Igoumenitsa. The shipping companies that provide these routes are Anek Lines, Adria Ferries, Grimaldi Lines, Snav, Minoan Lines, and Jadrolinija

The routes to and from Ancona operate year-round, with daily sailings that are intensified in the summer months. Crossings can last from 4 to 23 hours depending on the destination.

Ancona ferries About Ancona

The port of Ancona is easily accessible; it is only 2 km from the train station. The port is located in the center of the city, there are several bus lines that manage to connect the center and the port in just 10 minutes.

Around the port area there are bars, stores, restaurants, ice cream shops, hotels, and ticket offices, but you will also find museums and monuments of historical and cultural value, so it is worth stopping to admire the cultural heritage the city has to offer. Behind the port of Ancona is the city center, you can find stores or shopping centers where you can enjoy an afternoon of shopping.

Most of Ancona's attractions are located near the port, you may notice as you stroll through the port area is the Mole Vanvitelliana, a building that spans an artificial island in the shape of a pentagon. You will also be able to see Porta Pia, a monumental entrance to the city of Ancona.

There are several places you won't want to miss, such as the Cathedral of Ancona, the Piazza del Plebiscito, also called the Pope's Square, and the Calamo Fountain, which dates back to the 1500s.

Ancona also has beautiful beaches made of white cliffs and breathtaking views, one of the most famous being the Prassetto Beach, 1km long stretching in the vicinity of the city center. Mezzavalle Beach is equally beautiful and worth seeing, one of the few free beaches in Ancona you will find it surrounded by nature. 

How to reach the boardings

Address: Maritime Station L. Einaudi Street

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 43.619424, Longitude 13.50983619

By car, it is possible to reach the port of Ancona from the north via the A14, exiting at Ancona Nord in the direction of SS16 following the signs, or from the south via state roads 76 and 681 that lead to the ferries check-in terminal. To reach the ferry terminals at the port of Ancona by bus service, you can use line No. 12. The train station is only 2 km from the Ancona Ferry Terminals, and 18 km away is Ancona Falconara Airport.

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