Plan your trip and get ready to enjoy a fabulous voyage by ferry from Venice to Greece with all the comforts that the excellently equipped ships can offer you!
It is very important to organize your ferry trip in advance as you can achieve to book the accommodation type you prefer and the itinerary that suits you best. Every year the ferries from Venice to Greece transfer thousands of tourists from the unique city of Venice in Italy to Greece for their holidays. The crossing is also a great opportunity for voyagers who prefer to travel with their car or camper and visit the mainland of Greece and the wonderful islands. The ports of Patras, Igoumenitsa and Corfu are the final destinations of the ships coming from Venice.
Travel from Venice to Greece
Passengers wishing to travel from Venice to Greece can choose their disembarkation port depending on their final destination for their vacation. Undoubtedly, all the ferries that connect Italy to Greece are very popular, so the sooner you book your tickets the better choices and offers you can take advantage of. Moreover, if you plan to travel with the camping on board option (if valid), have in mind that availability runs out quickly, so book your tickets in advance to secure your choice.
Venice to Greece ferry time
The Venice to Greece ferry time depends on the port of arrival, since the crossing is operated only by conventional ships providing all the modern amenities concerning cabins, restaurants and bars as well as lounges and public outside and inside areas.
Ferry from Venice to Patras
Travelers who want to visit mainland Greece and also the capital city of Athens the best option is to board on a ferry from Venice to Patras which is the most popular and usually crowded port of the Northern Peloponnese. Situated in a distance of about 215 km from Athens, Patras has a well organized transportation network that connects both cities. The trip duration from Venice to Patras is about 33 hours and the ferries operate 2 or 3 times per week.
Ferry from Venice to Igoumenitsa
Venice to Igoumenitsa, in the northwestern coast of Greece, is another popular route that lasts about 28 hours and the ferries operate 2 or 3 times per week. The sailing is very convenient for those who want to visit northern Greece or the island of Corfu which is easily accessible within 90 minutes from Igoumenitsa port with a local ferry.
Ferry from Venice to Corfu
The direct route by ferry from Venice to Corfu, with a sailing duration of about 25 hours, connects Italy with the Ionian islands but it does not run regularly as it is a rather seasonal itinerary. To get detailed information check the isFerry reservation system for schedules, availability and prices
Useful information for your trip
- Visit our pages dedicated to Venice, Patras, Igoumenitsa and Corfu for more information regarding transportation options to and from the ports
- We recommend you to be at the port of Venice 2 hours before departure for check-in and embarkation, especially if you travel with a vehicle
- To book a cabin is the best type of accommodation as the journey from Venice to Greece takes several hours
- Benefit from the early booking offer applied on the most Italy-Greece routes