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Igoumenitsa is linked with Corfu, Paxos and Sami/Kefalonia (Ionian Islands) and Ancona, Bari, Brindisi, Ravenna, Trieste and Venice (Italy). The between Igoumenitsa and any other destination lines are covered by 6 ferry operators (Grimaldi Lines, K/x Anek Superfast, Kerkyra Lines, Kerkyra Seaways, Minoan Grimaldi Euromed and Ventouris Ferries) which carry out 185 trips per week with all day boardings and crossing times ranging between 1 hr 10 min and 25 hr 30 min. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles.
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Port of IGOUMENITSA
The port of Igoumenitsa is the Greek port which is closest to the Balkans and Italy, so every year it sees about 2.5 million passengers and vehicles pass through. The new port area was launched in 2003 a little further from the urban area and closer to the town of Ladochori. This was chosen as a strategic location to allow ships to arrive from various countries, from those in the eastern and southern Mediterranean and the Balkan countries. The old port area is now only used for domestic connections and with the islands of Corfu (Kerkyra and Lefkimmi) and Paxos.
Given its importance, the port is equipped with high-quality services and aims to reduce environmental impact through carrying out correct waste management and ensuring a low impact on the surrounding marine environment.
How to reach Igoumenitsa
To reach the port of Igoumenitsa by bus, there are connections with many Greek resorts through the company Ktel and the buses drop you right near the port. The port is equidistant from both Athens, located 480 km away and Thessaloniki 450 kilometres away. By car, just take the ancient Via Egnatia, now known as A2 and take the Igoumenitsa exit and follow the directions to the port. Coming from Athens just take the E94 and then take the exit for the E55.
Address: Ladochorion, Igoumenitsa, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Igoumenitsa, port