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Ferries Tremiti Islands



Immersed in the Adriatic Sea and their emerald green, the Tremiti Islands are an oasis of relaxation, beauty and good living about 75 minutes by boat from Termoli.
The Italian shipping company Tirrenia will let you set sail from the port of Termoli every day at 9.00 a.m. and on some dates will provide double trips at 12.00 noon or 3.45 p.m.

Ferries Termoli Termoli all year round with Tirrenia

I ferries to the Tremiti Islands are the only means of transport to enjoy the magnificent islands off the Gargano. La Termoli Tremiti route is the only active all year round and will allow you to reach in just 75 minutes the beautiful islands of San Domino e St Nicholas.

The Company Tirrenia organises ferries to the Tremiti that sail every day from the port of Termoli at 9 a.m.. In summer traffic on the Termoli Tremiti route intensifies by adding two more times: at 12.00 and b.

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Tremiti Ferries

Timetables, duration and conditions of the Termoli Tremiti route

I ferries to the Tremiti are used by thousands of tourists every year. The shipping company Tirrenia Indeed organises ferries Termoli - Tremiti Islands all year roundto guarantee not only tourists, but also the inhabitants of the Apulian islands the freedom to move to and from the Tremiti. Termoli is the port from which ferries depart and dock for the Tremiti throughout the year. In summer, the route to the Tremiti Islands is extended to the ports of Vasto, Vieste and Peschici.

Thanks to the Tirrenia company, the ferries Termoli-Tremiti are available every day departing from the port of Termoli at 9 a.m..

Conversely, for those who want to tackle the Tremiti-Termoli the departure time is 15.00.

For both outward and return journeys on the Termoli - Tremiti Islands route, the journey time is just an hour and a quarter.

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Tremiti Islands: hiking, nature and sea

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Le Tremiti Islands are excursion destinations, nature tourism and walks thanks to the nature that reigns among these islands. They are in fact part of the Gargano National Park.

For those who have always dreamed of making excursions to the Tremiti Islands, the only way to get there all year round is by ferry from Termoli.

The Tremiti Islands are an agglomeration of four islands: St Nicholas, San Domino, Caprara e Pianosa surrounded by scattered rocks here. The two most important rocks of the Tremiti Islands are Cretaccio and La Vecchia.

The limestone conformation of the islands has over time created a long series of natural bays, cavesspectacular stacks and cliffs.

Among the things to see in the Tremiti Islands is a thriving and rich Mediterranean scrub that all hiking enthusiasts will certainly appreciate. Furthermore, among the things to see in the Tremiti, we cannot fail to mention the church of Santa Maria a Marethe Castle-Fortress and the Chapel of the Our Lady of Grace.

Now that you know what to see in the Tremiti Islands, excursions, timetables and recommended routes, don't forget book your ferry to the Tremiti!


The climate is purely Mediterranean, typical of the whole of Puglia. Summers are hot and dry and the sea is calm. Winters are mild with little precipitation and the sea is sometimes rough. The best seasons to plan your stay in the Tremiti Islands are spring and summer.



It is the largest island in the archipelago and is characterised by a thick pine forest and magical, romantic coves and beaches: Cala delle Arene, Cala degli Inglesi, Cala Matano, Cala Tamariello and Cala Tonda. It is the best-equipped tourist spot on the entire archipelago, including the islands' only discos.


It is the historical heart of the Tremiti with its walls, various fortifications and the Santa Maria a mare Abbey. Not to be missed is a visit to the Grotta di San Michele and its shimmering waters.


On your trip to the Tremiti Islands, your palate should definitely taste the local fish: whether served as a fresh starter, in a succulent soup, crispy and golden fried or roasted over charcoals, this fish will leave the taste of its sea in your mouth. A typical Gargano dessert is the ostia filled with honey and dried fruit, excellent in every season.

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