Brindisi

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Brindisi is a port in Apulia, Southern Italy, on the coasts of the Adriatic sea. The heavy commercial traffic occuring between Italy and Greece or the Middle East through the port of Brindisi raises its’ significance.

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Brindisi, castles by the sea

Historical monuments, temples, lovely beaches, stone-paved alleys and delicious food can be found at the natural Mediterranean port. Discover the port that is just a stone’s throw away from the Ionian Sea with cheap ferry tickets to Brindisi through Let’s Ferry.

Buildings in the port of Brindisi

The must-see attractions

  • The Castello Aragonese (Castello Alfonsino di Brindisi) was built in 1491, on the small islet of Saint Andrew.
  • The Castello Swabian was built in the 13thcentury and has seen days both as a prison and as a royal manor.
  • The Monument to the Italian Sailor is a 54 m high tower, and you will find it right across the port.
  • Piazza Duomo is the central square with a medieval feel. The Cathedral Basilica is there, also known as the Cathedral of Saint John Baptist.
  • Here you can also visit the Provincial Archaeological Museum Francesco Ribezzo and see findings from the Hellenistic Period as well as underwater sculptures.  

The must-visit beaches

  • Very close to the port, you can swim at Hemingway, a sandy beach with crystal waters.
  • A one-of-a-kind setting awaits visitors at Torre Santa Sabina, where an exotic beach lays on the foot of an impressive, 12thcentury watchtower.  
  • Lido Azzuro is organized, sandy and has a large parking area. It’s 20 km from the port.

Must-do activities

  • Visit the Cilarese Park, which is very close to the port. Walk or cycle to enjoy this unspoilt natural park.
  • Take a tour at the Nature reserve of Torre Guaceto. In this area you can walk, swim, ride a bike, do kite surf or sailing. It’s 25 km from the port.
  • The Castellana Caves are 78 km from the port. You can explore them through two paths: The first is 3 km long and the second one just a mere 1 km.

Tip: You can reach Brindisi by car, train, plane or ship. Passenger ferries leave from Costa Morena. Book online cheap ferry tickets to Brindisi through Let’s Ferry.

Information about the port of Brindisi

Frequent passenger routes connect Brindisi with Durres, Vlora, Corfu, Igoumenitsa and Patra. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-FI, ATM, car rentals, restaurants, cafes and parking lots with an admission fee.