Reservations are open for a new Grimaldi Lines maritime connection: all those wishing to spend their holidays on the unspoiled beaches of the Ionian islands will be able to reach Corfu from the ports of Brindisi, Ancona and Venice.
The route Brindisi-Corfu will be operational from June 1 with 4 departures a week until July 4: every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday the ship of Grimaldi Lines will leave the port of Puglia at 22, with expected arrival on the island at 5 am next day. As far as the return journey is concerned, it will be possible to leave from the port of Corfu every Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 13.30, with a scheduled arrival in Brindisi at 8.30 pm.
In high season – from 5 July to 9 September – Grimaldi Lines will guarantee a daily frequency. Until 18 August the same departure times will be maintained (at 22 from Brindisi and at 13.30 from Corfu), while from 19 August the timetable will change: the ship will leave the port of Brindisi every day at 12, with arrival expected on the island at 23.30, and the port of Corfu at 23.59 with arrival scheduled in Italy at 9 the next day.
The new route – which will be added to the multi-day Brindisi-Igoumenitsa connection – will be operated by the Compagnia with the M / n Euroferry Corfù and Euroferry Egnazia. From 15 July to 16 September it will also be possible to reach the Ionian island from Venice and Ancona with the m / n Cruise Europa and Cruise Olympia, which will depart from both ports every Wednesday and Thursday and return on Thursday and Friday.
Regarding the tariff policy, on the destination Greece are currently in force 2 promotions: 30% discount (fixed fees excluded) to those who book their summer vacation by February 28 and 20% discount (fixed fees excluded) for who will leave by booking no more than 7 days before the departure date, to be carried out by 30 April. Lastly, special rates apply throughout the year, including the reduction of children and discounts of 30% on return in low season and 20% for combined trips Grimaldi Lines and Minoan Lines, always in low season.