Ferry to Albania

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Map and flag of Albania

Travel by ferry to Albania! Travelling to Albania couldn't be more relaxed than by ferry. This way you start your Albania holiday rested and without stress.

From Italy there are regular ferry connections to Albania. Among them the routes Ancona – Durres, Bari – Durres or Trieste – Durres. The fastest connection to Albania is the one from Brindisi to Vlora, which takes five hours.

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All ferries to Albania

Here you find all current ferry connections to Albania.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Corfu – Saranda Ferry from Ionian Islands, Greece to Albania 4 times a day
30 minutes
Finikas Lines
Ionian Seaways
Joy Lines
Joy Lines Fast Ferry
Sarris Cruises & Lines
Brindisi – Saranda ferry Ferry from Italy to Albania 1 time a week
11 hours
European Ferries
Red Star Ferries
Ferry Brindisi – Vlora Ferry from Italy to Albania 7 times a week
7 hour(s) 30 minutes
European Ferries
Red Star Ferries
Ferry Trieste – Durres Ferry from Italy to Albania 1 time a week
27 hours
Adria Ferries
Ferry Ancona – Durres Ferry from Italy to Albania 3 times a week
16 hours
Adria Ferries
Fähre Bari – Durres Ferry from Italien to Albanien 6 mal wöchentlich
9 Stunde(n)
Adria Ferries
Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV)
Ventouris Ferries

All ferries from Albania

Here you find all current ferry connections from Albania.

Ferry connection Country of origin & country of destination Number &
Duration of trip
Shipping company
Ferry Saranda – Corfu Ferry from Albania to Ionian Islands, Greece 4 times a day
30 minutes
Finikas Lines
Ionian Seaways
Joy Lines
Joy Lines Fast Ferry
Sarris Cruises & Lines
Ferry Saranda – Brindisi Ferry from Albania to Italy 2 times a week
8 hours 30 minutes
European Ferries
Red Star Ferries
Ferry Vlora – Brindisi Ferry from Albania to Italy 7 times a week
6 hours
European Ferries
Red Star Ferries
Ferry Durres – Ancona Ferry from Albania to Italy 4 times a week
16 hours
Adria Ferries
Fähre Durres – Bari Ferry from Albanien to Italien 11 mal wöchentlich
8 Stunde(n)
Adria Ferries
Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV)
Ventouris Ferries
Fähre Durres – Triest Ferry from Albanien to Italien 1 mal wöchentlich
37 Stunde(n)
Adria Ferries

Ferry ports in Albania

You can find an overview of all ferry ports in Albania here.

Ports
Vlora
Saranda
Durres

Travel guide Albania

Holiday in Albania

Albania is little known and is therefore considered an insider tip. Rightly so! Excites the country with unspoiled nature, beautiful beaches, rich culture and vibrant cities. Reason enough to get to know the country and its people.


TOP excursion destinations in Albania

The centre of Albania’s capital Tirana can be found around Skanderbeg Square. An equestrian monument here commemorates the Albanian national hero. The square is framed by the Palace of Culture, Et’hem Bey Mosque, National Museum and Clock Tower. Other highlights of the city are the Pyramid, the Great Mosque, the Bazaar and the Great Park.

The town of Gjirokaster is picturesquely surrounded by 1,800 metre high mountains. Steep are the paths up to the old town with its imposing fortress, traditional stone houses, narrow alleys and countless stairs – eponym for the city of a thousand steps

Berat is considered the city of a thousand windows. It is one of the oldest cities in the country and offers visitors a beautiful sight with its small Ottoman houses. The castle quarter from the 13th century is also worth seeing.

A visit to the ancient ruined city of Butrint promises to be a cultural highlight. Amidst old trees you can visit a theatre, various temples, an aqueduct and the forum. In addition, there is an imposing Venetian castle. From here you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Corfu Strait.

In the south of Albania, dreamlike beaches and crystal clear water await you in the seaside resort of Ksamil. Off the coast are three picturesque islands that you can reach by swimming or by boat. In the evening, the tavernas tempt you with fresh seafood and magnificent views.

North of the port city of Durres, visitors will find the monastery of St. Anthony, the “Bunker Beach”, an old castle ruin and fantastic views over the Mediterranean Sea at Cape Rodonit.

The Blue Eye of Albania Syri i Kaltër refers to the water-rich spring of a mountain lake from which the water flows ice-cold and crystal clear. Especially beautiful to look at is the blaze of colour in blue, green and turquoise. No one knows how far down the well goes.


Entry requirements

You can enter Albania as a German citizen with the following documents: Identity card, passport, children’s passport. Please note that all documents must be valid for at least three months upon entry.


Alternative travel options

Albania is easily accessible by car, motorhome or long-distance coach via the Balkan route. Travelling by train is difficult due to the lack of cross-border train services. There are regular flights from Germany all year round.


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