Puglia has several ports along its coast but only those in Bari and Brindisi are also used for tourism connections.
The port in Bari has daily connections to Durazzo in Albania, Antivari in Montenegro and to Corfù, Igoumenitsa and Patrasso in Greece.
The port in Brindisi has daily connections to Valona in Albania, Greece to Corfù, Igoumenitsa, Cefalonia, Paxos, Zante, Patrasso and finally to Çeşme in Turkey.
The port in Taranto is used in military and industrial roles. It is one of the most important ports in Italy and the whole Mediterranean and is also connected to the Middle East and China (mainly for commercial use).
For more information on Puglia’s ports and timetables please visit the following sites:
- Port in Bari: www.porto.bari.it
- Port in Brindisi: www.porto.br.it
- Port in Taranto: www.porto.taranto.it
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