Book your ferry from BRINDISI to SAMI (KEFALONIA) with NetFerry!
Are you planning a trip to Kefalonia? Book your ferry from Brindisi to Kefalonia by accessing our online booking system. Our portal allows you to find the ferry routes to Kefalonia departing from Brindisi with just few clicks, including timetables, crossing duration and ticket prices.
The sea crossing between Brindisi and Kefalonia is operated by the sailing company Red Star who provide availability for 2 sailings per week with evening departures and crossing times shorter than 15 hours. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles. Various services and accommodation are available to provide you with comfort on board. You can enjoy a meal at the self service restaurant or in your cabin.
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BRINDISI SAMI (KEFALONIA) offers
Children under 4 travel free
Children between the ages of 0 and 4 travel free, but will not be allocated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 12
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children aged between 4 and 12, including fees.
Port of BRINDISI
The port of Brindisi has ancient roots, and in its hay day was a very important city in the Roman empire because of its port. The port in brindisi marked the beginning of the famous Via Appia, which continues all the way to Rome. Today the port of Brindisi is one of the most important in the Adriatic, it is an industrial, commercial and tourist port that provides connections to the Balkans. Ferries to and from Albania are frequent from Brindisi, linking southern Italy with the port of Vlora in Albania. Brindisi port also has connections to Greece throughout the year, for the ports ... [More information]
Address: Località Costa Morena, 72100 Brindisi BR, Italy
Directions: Google Map @ Brindisi, port
Guide of SAMI (KEFALONIA)
Kefalonia in the Ionian archipelago is home to the port town of Sami, located on the east coast of the island and offering breathtaking views and crystal clear waters. History The myths and legends tell us that the first king of Kefalonia was Thapius, the son of Poseidon and Hippotho. King Cephalus also ruled a kingdom that included Zante, Itaka and Lefkada. Archaeological findings testify that Kefalonia was one of the earliest inhabited areas in Greece. Plant and animal fossils, as well as bones, have been found in Fiskardo and Skala and tools dating back to prehistoric time... [More information]
2 weekly sailings - Duration: 15 hours
Ship: RED STAR I