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Ancona Ferry Port - Prices from £43

You can catch a ferry from Ancona to ports in Croatia, Albania, Montenegro and Greece with ferry operators including Anek Lines, Minoan Lines, Superfast Ferries, SNAV, Blue Line Ferries and more. You can book all these ferries and find details of the latest special offers here at AFerry.

Ancona Routes

Ferries to and from Ancona

Anek and Superfast now have combined to form Anek Superfast and have a fleet of 15 magnificent modern air-conditioned ships which all offer a full range of facilities on board. You can choose from a range of inner or outer ship cabins with two, three or four beds and on Anek Superfast Italy-Greece routes you can even choose a deluxe cabins featuring a sitting room and TV and Internet access.

Blue Line Ferries have an a la carte restaurant, a self-service restaurant, casino, lounge bar, children's playroom, duty free shops, driver's lounge, reception lounge, chapel and open deck bar.

Jadrolinija ferries provide comfortable accommodation in cabins or in luxury suites. Nights of music and dancing can be had on board, in addition to a variety of other games and entertainment. There is also a rich choice of excellent food prepared on board by the Jadrolinija Head Chef.

Minoan Lines operates a modern, well-equipped fleet of ferries which offer passengers a wide range of facilities. On board you will find full and self service restaurants, internet access rooms and shops. On some ships you may also find a summer time swimming pool, bar, disco and even a gym.

SNAV has the latest and the fastest fleet in the Mediterranean composed mostly of hydrofoils and catamarans. SNAV ferries are capable of reaching speeds of up to 38 knots. All of the SNAV catamarans and hydrofoils have cafeterias and snack bars on board.

About Ancona

Ancona became one of the major ports of the Adriatic between the thirteenth and fourteenth century, second only to Venice. However, in later years Ancona, like other Italian towns, became the scene of many battles connected to the wars of independence, and was also the target of foreign occupations, including the massive air bombing campaigns during World War II, which destroyed whole areas of Ancona, and badly damaged the port.

Ancona Port

A historic Italian port on the East Coast, Ancona offers frequent sailings to Greece, Montenegro, Albania and Croatia. All of these connections, including special offers, can be booked online with AFerry.

Ancona port facilities

The Port of Ancona has numerous facilities for passengers, including a small cafe, toilets, and ample seating. Due to the increase in passenger traffic over the past few years, the Ancona port authority is now in the process of restructuring the port facilities. There are also facilities to accomodate disabled passengers.

Getting to Ancona port

By car
Ancona is connected to the rest of Europe through Milan and Bologna, with the A1 and A14 motorways. The Adriatica is accessible through the SS16 highway, while the SS76 links Ancona to Rome. It is possible to reach the port of Ancona from both north and south. Follow the highway to Ancona; once there, follow the signs leading to the exit 'Ancona Centro' (town centre), then follow the directions to the 'Porto'.

By train or bus
Trains and buses depart frequently from the station and lead to the port. The port railway station is only 5 minutes walking from the Passengers Terminal.

From the airport
If you are arriving at Ancona airport, you can either take a train from the airport to the main Ancona train station and then walk, or ride a bus to the ferry terminal, or take a taxi from the airport to the ferry terminal.

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