Ferry from Brindisi to Greece
Plan your trip by ferry from Brindisi to Greece and enjoy a very exciting sailing experience from the Italian port to the Greek mainland and beautiful islands!
Brindisi port is a wonderful natural harbour with an important role in tourism and trade. If you intend to travel by car, starting from the port of Brindisi is an ideal way to approach the ports of Patras, Igoumenitsa, Corfu and Kefalonia with a conventional ferry, providing a wide range of accommodation choices. Take advantage of the real-time schedules, availability and prices options, book your ferry tickets in advance through the isFerry booking engine and start your journey to Greece!
Brindisi to Greece ferry duration
The Brindisi to Greece ferry duration depends mainly on the ports of destination. Specifically, the sailing to Patras lasts about 17 hours while the ferry time to Igoumenitsa can be 9 to 10 hours. The Brindisi to Corfu trip has a duration of 7 hours and to Kefalonia, with intermediate stops lasts 16 to 19 hours
Brindisi to Greece ferry schedule
The Brindisi to Greece ferry schedule varies according to the arrival ports. The Brindisi to Patras ferry runs 3 times per week while the vessels to Igoumenitsa run 1 or 2 times per day. The connections of Brindisi port with the Greek islands of Corfu and Kefalonia are not so frequent, they take place during the summer season and they may have schedule changes, so we recommend you to check our reservation system for updated information.
Popular Ferry Routes from Brindisi to Greece
The most popular ferry routes from Brindisi to Greece are:
Helpful information for your journey to Greece from Brindisi
- The ferry port of Brindisi during summer months can be crowded so take care to be at least 2 hours prior to your departure time for the check-in and embarkation
- Our online booking system allows you to decide about the ferry routes, the timetable, the prices and all the alternatives for your trip to Greece from Brindisi
- If you choose an evening sailing, think about booking a cabin or a numbered air-type seat for a more comfortable stay on board
- Visit our Brindisi page and find useful tips for ground services and public transport options to the port