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Ferries Igoumenitsa

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Ferries to IgoumenitsaPort connections and services

Igoumenitsa is one of the most important ports in Greece, a small town located a few kilometres from the Albanian border at Konispol, surrounded by beautiful mountains and rich forests that reach down to the sea.

The port area includes two areas organized around the passenger ferry berth and can accommodate 7 ships at the same time. The area of the New Port of Igoumenitsa is equipped for the docking of large ferries that operate international routes, while the Old Port accommodates ships that connect the port of Igoumenitsa to the national routes of Greece.

Every year, millions of passengers choose the ferry to Igoumenitsa to travel to Greece in total comfort with their car, camper van or motorbike.

The port of Igoumenitsa also has significant connections with Italy; there are numerous routes between the two destinations, served by modern and comfortable ferries.

🚢 There are active connections from Ancona, Brindisi, Bari, and Venezia to the port of Igoumenitsa. The sailing time from Ancona is about 17 hours, while from Bari and Brindisi it is about 10 hours. The Venice route is the longest, taking about 26 hours.

The shipping companies offering these services are Superfast Ferries, Anek Lines, Ventouris Ferries, Minoan Lines and Grimaldi Lines.

Near the ferry port of Igoumenitsa, travellers will find parking areas, waiting rooms, restaurants, shops, and bars. Pharmacies and necessities are also available. As a major Greek tourist destination, Igoumenitsa also offers hotels, flats and tourist facilities to meet the needs of passengers passing through the port.

🚕 The new maritime station is located in front of the ferry embarkation areas and offers travellers all the facilities, such as spacious and comfortable waiting rooms, refreshment rooms and Wi-Fi zones. The passenger terminal has ample outdoor parking for cars and campers. Taxis are always available and are stationed outside the entrance to the passenger terminal.

Igoumenitsa ferries About Igoumenista

The city of Igoumenitsa is considered the gateway to northern Greece, as it is the main port on the Adriatic route.

Due to the many destructions, Igoumenitsa does not have many historical buildings. However, a visit to the Archaeological Museum in the town centre will take you through its history from the Palaeolithic to the Ottoman era. Several archaeological sites still surround the city.

Just outside the town centre is the castle of Igoumenitsa, built during the Venetian period and situated on the hill behind Igoumenitsa.

Of great interest is the archaeological site of Dolianis, west of Geroplatanos, where some buildings of Byzantine origin and Ottoman mosques remain.

One hour from Igoumenitsa, there is the Acheronte River, which inspired Dante's opera, is one of the most fascinating places in Southern Europe. You can explore it by trekking or walking along the ancient paths that run alongside it.

The city's coastline is extensive and full of beaches, bays and coves that you won't want to miss. One of the most beautiful beaches is Drepano beach, with its fine white sand and crystal clear sea. Other beaches you can visit are Makrigialos Beach, Keramidi and Mega Ammos, a mixture of fine sand and pebbles, all with clear turquoise waters.

During your stay in Igoumenitsa you should also try the local cuisine. Typical dishes include taramosalata, often served as an appetizer, or katopita, or stuffed aubergines Greek style.

How to reach the boardings:

Address: Igoumenitsa Ferry Port, E55, Igoumenitsa 461 00, Greece

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 39.489094, Longitude 20.258241

By car, the main highway is the Egnatia Odos, E90, which leads directly to the port area. The bus station is located between the city and the passenger terminal.

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