Brindisi is a commune and province in the enchanting southern Italian region of Apulia. Situated on the tail of the ancient Roman road Via Appia and off the coast of the Adriatic Sea, Brindisi ferry port has served for many centuries as a crossing point linking Italy, Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. Although the port of Brindisi has limited facilities and resources, you'll find several shops, cafés, restaurants and banks within the city.
Altogether there are 4 ferry companies serving Brindisi ferry routes. Regular trips to Patras and Igoumenitsa are available with Grimaldi Lines. In addition, European Seaways plies seasonally between the port of Brindisi and Vlora, as well as to Corfu, Zante, Sami/ Kefalonia and Igoumenitsa. Red Star Ferries and European Ferries serve seasonal routes to Vlora and Durres. Furthermore, Red Star Ferries offers seasonal crossings from Brindisi ferry port to Saranda, Corfu, Sami/ Kefalonia and Zante.