Area: Grecia

Igoumenitsa Ferries

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The Port of Igoumenitsa

The port of Igoumenitsa is a fundamental seaport both from a commercial and tourist point of viewThe A2 Egnatia Odos motorway (in honor of the ancient Via Egnazia), which starts just outside the port area, allows, in fact, agile land connections with Turkey, Macedonia and Bulgaria.

From a tourist point of view, however, the port of Igoumenitsa is connected with some of the main Italian ports of the Adriatic (Bari, Brindisi, Ancona and Venice), as well as with nearby Corfu, the other Ionian islands and Patras. Ships to / from Italy depart from the New Port which is located in the southern area of ​​the port. On the contrary, ferries for inland destinations leave from the Old Port in the north. 

Therefore a fundamental connection bridge with the Balkans, Italy and the rest of GreeceThis was also possible thanks to the modernization of the port area (approx. 210 hectares) which today, among the many services, has a modern passenger terminal with waiting room, shops, restaurants and luggage storage.

How to reach the port of Igoumenitsa


To get to the port of Igoumenitsa, take the Via Egnazia which ends directly near the passenger terminal. Coming from the south, however, just follow the coastal road that ends in front of the port entrance. Finally, from the north, it is necessary to pass the inhabited center and continue on the coastal road.

  • from the A2 (or E 90) highway "Egnatia Odos";

  • from the highway "Igoumenitsa - Ioannina - Metsovo - Trikala Ε 90 / Ε 92";

  • from the highway "Igoumenitsa - Preveza E 55".

Coming from Athens you have to follow the E 94 and then merge onto the E 55.


The Greek railway network is not as widespread as that of other European nations. However, there is a widespread network of suburban buses with daily runs that cover all the main cities of the nation. The service (the acronym is KTEL) is managed independently by each region / district into which Greece is administratively divided. See the link below for connections to / from Patras.

Airport connections - Port of Igoumenitsa

The nearest airport is Ioannina (Ioannina National Airport "King Pyrrhus") and is about 90 km away.

Parking near the Port of Igoumenitsa

Outside the passenger terminal there is a large area used as a parking area for the parking of cars, campers and buses.

Services available on the Port of Igoumenitsa

  • Ticket offices
  • Car rent
  • Taxi
  • ATM
  • Bars, restaurants
  • Hotel

Ticket offices on the Port of Igoumenitsa

The ticket offices of the various shipping companies that make connections to / from Igoumenitsa are located near the ferry port.

Anek Lines (euroLine Agency)

Via Ioniou Pelagous - New port via Ladochori
Corner via Ioniou Pelagous 1, New Terminal

 .: (0030) 26650 25934/26650 26081


Minoan Lines

New Port of Igoumenitsa
Passenger Terminal T1
Ioniou Pelagos 

Tel .: (0030) 26650 24404/26650 23077

Luggage storage on the Port of Igoumenitsa

A left- luggage service is available in the passenger terminal of the port of Igoumenitsa.

Shops within (or near) the Port of Igoumenitsa

Near the port of Igoumenitsa there are several commercial activities: bars; restaurants; food; travel agencies; car rental and so on

What to see near the port of Igoumenitsa

Igoumenitsa is above all a city ​​of passageThere is very little tourism, except for the beaches of Drepano and Plataria, both about ten kilometers away, and for the small village of Syvota , right in front of the island of Corfu.

Not far from the center, however, there is the Archaeological MuseumInaugurated in 2009, this museum space offers a complete overview of the history of the territory: from the first prehistoric settlements, to the ancient age - Greek and above all Roman -, passing through Byzantines, Venetians and Ottomans.

Speaking of the Venetian domination, the fortress is worth a visit, if there is anywhich stands on the hill behind the city. These are mostly ruins - the castle was in fact destroyed in the battle against the Turks in 1685 - but the western tower can still be visited.