Ferry from/to Italy
FERRIES IN ITALY
There are many services connecting Italy with its islands as well as Italy with most of the Mediterranean countries; the main links are with ferry boats.
The main Italian embarkation ports for the major islands of Sicily and Sardinia are Genoa, Livorno, Civitavecchia, Naples and Salerno. Ferries in Italy connects Greece with the ports of Ancona, Venice, Bari and Brindisi as well as Barcelona with Genoa and Civitavecchia. There are also regular connections with Malta, Morocco and Tunisia from Genoa, Livorno and Salerno and as well with Albania from Bari, Brindisi and Ancona.
The ports of Italy
ITALIAN FERRIES TO SARDINIA & SICILY
FERRY ITALY TO GREECE
Many Europeans who travel by car and want to enjoy a scenic voyage to Greece, they drive up to the Italian east coast and embark on a cruise ferry that takes them to the west coast of Greece. There are daily departures from Ancona, Venice, Bari and Brindisi to Patras and Igoumenitsa as well as to Corfu.
These routes are served with new "cruise ferries" that offer fast transportation and modern facilities onboard, while the right planning Ferry Italy to Greece, provides as many sailings as possible, giving tourists a wide choice of departures.
In order to better cover the ever increasing demand for motorhome transportation, operators have scheduled vessels with specially configured areas for motorhomes and caravans (camping on board).