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Ferries Brindisi

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Ferries to Brindisi Port connections and services

Brindisi is situated on the Adriatic coast of Puglia, in the south of the Italian peninsula. Capital of the region, Brindisi is one of the most populous and dynamic cities of Salento.

Thanks to its strategic position on the Adriatic Sea, Brindisi has an important commercial role towards the East.

The port of Brindisi is a natural harbor built in the shelter of a cove and shaped like a deer antler. It is one of the most significant ports in the Adriatic and its activities are tourist, commercial and industrial.
The port of Brindisi is also called Door of the East because of its commercial relations with the entire eastern Mediterranean basin.

The port area of Brindisi is divided into three zones: 

The internal port and the middle port used for all commercial activities and transit of ferry passengers or cruises and the external port for industrial activities.

The maritime station of Brindisi has several services for your needs during the transit such as bars, restaurants, service station, stores and boutiques, accommodation, parking, luggage storage.

To reach Greece or Albania, the shipping companies A-Ships, Grimaldi Lines and European Ferries schedule ferry connections from the port of Brindisi.
Some lines are active all year round, others only during the summer period.

The main Greek ports connected by boat to the port of Brindisi are Igoumenitsa, Patras and Corfu.
For Albania, ships from the port of Brindisi dock in Vlora.

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Brindisi ferries About Brindisi

The city of Brindisi is definitely interesting to visit:

It is an ancient city, a cultural and popular crossroads due to the important activity of its port with the oriental countries.

You have a wide choice of places to visit:

Walking along its winding streets, you can admire several testimonies of the past such as the ruins of the Roman Empire, the portico of the Templar's and the archaeological area of San Pietro degli Schiavoni.
In the center of one of the squares of the city stands a Roman column that indicated the end of the Via Appia that connected Brindisi to Rome. From this square you can admire a spectacular view of the port of Brindisi.

Along the waterfront Regina Margherita, next to the fishermen's boats, is the monument dedicated to Italian sailors. It is a 68-meter tower overlooking the port. Shaped like a rudder, it includes a chapel and a crypt. Climb to the top either by the stairs or the elevator and you will have a breathtaking view of the city. Also in the vicinity of the port, reach by boat the medieval fortress of the 15th century, the Aragonese Castle.

In terms of religious culture, there are many churches in Brindisi. The most important are the Cathedral San Giovanni Battista and the church of San Giovanni al Sepolcro.

Not to be forgotten is the archaeological museum. Here you can see treasures from over 2000 years of history such as sculptures, dishes and everyday objects, as well as Greek bronze statues found at sea during excavations.

There are several free and equipped beaches in the vicinity of the center of Brindisi:

You will find the greatest concentration of beaches in the northern part of Salento, you will have mostly golden sand beaches, but you can also see some beautiful coves. Visit the Santa Sabina tower, the closest beach you'll find in Brindisi, a large sandy beach, very quiet. If you are a diving lover, Torre Pozzelle beach, completely immersed in nature and characterized by reefs with a height of 6 meters, should not be missing from your list.

How to reach the boardings

Address: Loc. Costa Morena, 72100 Brindisi BR

GPS Coordinates: 40°38'50.0"N 17°57'45.1"E

The port can be reached by car from the A14 and SS16 highway, following the signs for the industrial area. Brindisi Papola Casale airport is 9 km away and the railway station is 5 km from the port.

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