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Igoumenitsa

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Freight ferries from Igoumenitsa, Greece.

Igoumenitsa ferry port is in Igoumenitsa Bay on the northwest side of Greece. The port of Igoumenitsa is the western gate of Greece, and is the main port linking Europe with Turkey and the Middle East. Freight ferries from Italy to Greece call at Igoumenitsa before going onto Patras. From Igoumenitsa you can catch a ferry direct to Bari, to Ancona or to Brindisi.

Igoumenitsa is a busy port and has toilet facilities as well as being within walking distance of other shops and facilities.

Ferry Routes to Igoumenitsa

6 crossings per week
17 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
16 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
48 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
10 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
9 hour crossing
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5 crossings per week
8 hour crossing
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7 crossings per day
2 hour crossing
3 crossings per week
40 hour crossing
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3 crossings per week
26 hour crossing
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2 crossings per week
28 hour crossing

Ferry Routes from Igoumenitsa

6 crossings per week
16 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
18 hour crossing
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6 crossings per week
44 hour crossing
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1 crossing per day
10 hour crossing
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2 crossings per day
8 hour crossing
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5 crossings per week
9 hour crossing
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2 crossings per week
2 hour crossing
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7 crossings per day
2 hour crossing
8 crossings per week
32 hour crossing
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3 crossings per week
25 hour crossing
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2 crossings per week
26 hour crossing

Igoumenitsa Details

Geolocation

Minoan Lines ferries Igoumenitsa: Ag. Apostolon 7-9, New Port Egnatia, GR-46 100, Greece

Superfast ferries Igoumenitsa: Terminal Station, New Port Egnatia,GR-46 100 Igoumenitsa, Greece

Grimaldi Lines ferries Igoumenitsa: Ag. Apostolon 7-9, New Port Egnatia, GR-46 100, Greece

Toilet

Vending

Shops

Shower

24 Hour Parking

Restaurant

Lounge

Port taxes paid locally

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