Tremiti San Domino Ferries

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The port of Tremiti San Domino is served by the following companies
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The Port of Tremiti San Domino

Located on the north-eastern side of the island, facing the Gargano coast, the port of San Domino, during the tourist season, and especially during the summer months, welcomes a large number of visitors from Termoli (Molise)ViestePeschiciRodi Garganico (Puglia) and Vasto (Abruzzo).

Of the shipping companies, only Tirrenia connects the Tremiti with Termoli all year round. NLG and Gruppo Armatori Garganici, on the other hand, operate only during the tourist season (roughly from April or October). Obviously the frequency of connections reaches its peak in the summer months, while travel times range between 1h and 15min and 2h and 15min.

Furthermore, on the port it is possible to rent boats and rafts to circumnavigate the island and / or get to know the rest of the archipelago (San Nicola, Capraia, Pianosa, etc.). 

How to reach the port of Tremiti San Domino

San Domino  has an area of ​​just over two square kilometers so it can be easily explored on foot or by bicycleAt the port there are some minibuses with driver (NCC).

Services available on the Port of Tremiti San Domino

  • Ticket offices
  • Diving Center
  • Boat and dinghy rental
  • Lido equipped with umbrellas, sunbeds, deck chairs (Cala delle Arene beach)

Shops within (or near) the Port of Tremiti San Domino

Near the port of San Domino there are various catering activities (bars, restaurants, etc.), diving and boat and dinghy rental.

What to see near the port of Tremiti San Domino

Near the port of San Domino there is Cala delle Arene, the only sandy beach in the Tremiti Islands. For the rest it is possible to rent a boat or a dinghy on the spot with which to go independently to discover the coves around the island.

The same goes for organized excursions: just go to the port to get all the info on costs and frequencies of day trips to get to know the coves and inlets of the Tremiti archipelago (or Diomedee, as they are also called).