Italy to Greece Ferry Routes
Latest update: 12 February 2022
The Italy to Greece ferry routes detail the crossings from four Italian ports to the same number of destinations. The four Italian ports all look out on to the Adriatic Sea which becomes the Ionian Sea further south, beyond Albania and into the Greek islands.
Italy's northernmost port connected to Greece is Venice which makes for the longest journeys: as much as 33 hours on the route to Patras, with the ports of Corfu and Igoumenitsa marginally closer. Slightly shorter journeys are possible from the port of Ancona, while shortest of all are the crossings from Brindisi and Bari with the latter offering a route to the island of Cephalonia.
Italy to Greece Ferry Tickets and Timetables
Timetables for Routes to Greece