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Are you looking for information on how to get to Brindisi? Book your ferry from Kefalonia to Brindisi through the NetFerry online search engine. This page allows you to compare ferry operators who cover the routes to Brindisi departing from Kefalonia and related timetables, tariffs and durations.
The link between Kefalonia and Brindisi is served by Red Star only who provide availability for 2 sailings per week with evening departures and crossing times shorter than 14 hours. Ferry companies working on this crossing have ships available that are suitable for cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks. These ferries provide cafes and bars along with different types of accommodation to suit all of your needs. Early booking will ensure your choice of either regular seating or cabin accomodation.
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SAMI (KEFALONIA) BRINDISI offers
Children under 4 travel free
Children between the ages of 0 and 4 travel free, but will not be allocated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 12
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children aged between 4 and 12, including fees.
Port of SAMI (KEFALONIA)
The port of Sami is on the island of Kefalonia, located on the north-eastern coast. There are connections with national and international ports from Sami. The port is small and there are some beautiful beaches in the immediate vicinity. There are many tourist services at the port including a taxi service and buses to other locations on the island including Argostoli, Poros, Agia Efimia. The nearest airport is on the island itself, eight kilometers from Argostoli, and 33 kilometers from the port of Sami. ... [More information]
Address: Poseidonos, Kefalonia 280 80, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Sami (Kefalonia), port
Guide of BRINDISI
Bathed by the clear waters of the Adriatic Sea on the southern coast of Italy on the heel of the boot the city of Brindisi is an interesting destination to discover, not only during the summer. History Brindisi has ancient origins and the city and its port played a very significant role in Roman times. Brindisi stopover between Greece and the east. A cultural crossroads, Brindisi had its period of greatest wealth under the Romans and the ancient remains of the empire are still evident in the city. A city that is also remembered because it was a port from which Julius Caesar and Octavian sailed... [More information]
2 weekly sailings - Duration: 14 hours
Ship: RED STAR I