Port of Bari

Ferry Routes and Cruises
(Bari, Puglia, Italy)

Bari Port offers ferry routes to the cities of Durres, Igoumenitsa, Corfu, Kotor and Dubrovnik, with seasonal services to Cephalonia and Patras.

Bari to Durres

Ferries sail for Durres twice weekly, with a journey time of 9 hours.

Durres is the oldest city in Albania and the port sits near a narrow strait in the Adriatic Sea, approximately 180 miles from the port of Bari.

Bari to Cephalonia

Ferries depart for the Ionian island of Cephalonia once a week from mid-July to early September. It's a long journey, at 19 hours, with theport at Cephalonia offering dining, snacks and shopping.

Bari to Corfu

Services to Corfu are only available during the summer months from late June to early September. Ferries departs roughly every other day and the journey takes 8 hours. During the months of operation, the trip to Corfu serves as an initial layover before travelling farther to the cities of Igoumenitsa and Patras. The Port of Corfu is set in cobblestone, with a maze of streets that harkens back to medieval times. A full line of services and shopping options are available in this area.

Bari to Igoumenitsa

Ferries bound for Igoumenitsa depart seven days a week during all seasons. In the summer, ferries heading for Igoumenitsa stop first in Corfu, and the total travel time is approximately 9 hours, 30 minutes. Igoumenitsa's port is busy and it offers full services to passengers. The city is the capital of the Thesprotia prefecture, with picturesque mountains and beautiful beaches.

Bari to Patras Ferry Services

Once a day, a ferry departs from the Port of Bari bound for Patras. This service is offered year-round and is accomplished via a connection in Igoumenitsa. The total travel time is 15 hours, 30 minutes. Patras is a busy port city with a population of more than 200,000. Regular ferry services runs between Patras and Italy.

Bari to Dubronik Ferry Services

Crossings to Dubrovnik occur two times a week and the journey takes 10 hours. Dubrovnik Port sits on the end of the Isthmus of Dubrovnik and it serves as a gateway to the resorts and tourist areas of Dubrovnik-Neretva county.

Bari to Kotor Ferry Services

Ferries depart for the Montenegro town of Kotor twice weekly. The service is run by Azzura Line and takes around 8 hours. With a population of 19,000, the old Kotor Port is walled and boasts a long history that is currently under the protection of UNESCO.

Bari Port

I'm looking for: