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The sea crossing between Saranda and Corfu is operated by 2 different ship operators - Finikas Lines and Ionian Seaways - which offer 42 weekly sailings with maximum duration of 30 min and all day departures. The line is served by hydrofoils and fast ships that will get you to your destination faster.
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SARANDA CORFU offers
Discounts for children
All children between the age of 5 and 11 are entitled to a 50% discount on tickets, net of port charges. Children under the age of 5 travel for just one euro, but are not assigned individual seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children
All children aged 5 to 12 receive a 50% discount (net of fees) on tickets. Infants between 0 and 4 years travel for only one euro, but will not be assigned individual seating or accommodation.
Port of SARANDA
The port of Saranda is the main port of the city and because of its strategic position in the Mediterranean it has grown in importance over the years and seen an increase in tourist flows and expansion to allow cruise ships to dock here. The port connects Albania with Italy, from the port in Brindisi. There are also daily ferries and hydrofoils to the Greek island of Corfu. The port is located right in the center of the city, so you can find hotels and restaurants nearby and just outside the port there is a taxi rank. The port of Saranda is about 250 kilometers from the city of Durres, which i... [More information]
Address: Rruga Mitat Hoxha Sarandë, Albania
Directions: Google Map @ Saranda, port
Guide of CORFU
The Island of Corfu is in the Ionian Sea facing the west coast of mainland Greece, it is the marvellous destination chosen by many for the summer holidays and is that beautiful island that welcomed Ulysses before his return to Ithaca. History Its ancient name was Korkyra, which is similar to what Corfu is called by the Greeks today, Kerkyra. The first settlements were created by the Greeks of Eretria and the Illyrians, it later grew as a colony of Corinth. There were many invasions of Corfu because of its favourable position in the Mediterranean Sea. The island is characterized by the differen... [More information]