Corfu Port
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Stewart C
Chatham, UK1,058 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2022
We visited the port of Corfu whilst on a one day stop in the city on a cruise ship on a Friday in June. Passing through as a tourist on route to and returning from a self-guided tour of the old town, the port facility has all the normal attractions of a transport hub. Toilet facilities are available here if required and tourist busses and taxis may be hired from outside. One thing that we did find interesting was a 3D relief map of Corfu city, which having just walked around it was helpful in showing us just where we had been!
The distance from the cruise terminal to the cruise ship anchorage is not too far and provides some lovely views but if the distance or the heat are too much then a courtesy bus is available to transport you to your ship.
All of the staff that we saw here wore masks as part of the Covid precautions making a marked contrast with the cruise passengers passing through to re-join their ship.
Written July 22, 2022
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David D
Devon, UK24,912 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2022 • Friends
We visited this large Port a number of times during our holiday.

The first occasion was on Friday 9th September when we were due to catch the Ilida Hydrofoil from here to the Island of Paxos. However due to our delayed flight, by four hours we missed the final ferry of the day.

There were six of us stranded in the Port for three hours while we waited for the Tour Operator to sort out accommodation for us for the night.

During the wait we walked a kilometre along the Port to the Cruise ship terminal, for something to do. We also visited the Bar/restaurant Sette Venti, reviewed separately, it was not great but the only place open in the Port. The outdoor seating area was a bit grotty.

There is not a great deal at the Port apart from the rather dated Terminal Building, Corfu Port Authority Building, a luggage storage kiosk and Hellenic Coast Guard Office.

Outside the Port there are a number of ticket offices, travel agents and car hire companies, no restaurants or bars. There is nothing nearby to walk to.

The Port is the departure/arrival point for a number of cruise liners and ferries. Including Tui, Kerkyra Seaways/ Lines, other ferries and Hydrofoils. They sail to a variety of destinations, Albania, Italy and other Greek Islands.

From the Port there are views across the Bay where we could see mountains main land Greece.

We did return on Saturday 10th to catch the 08.15 ferry to Paxos, which actually departed on time.

Our final visit was on Friday 23rd September as we returned from Paxos, on board Ilida II, to pick up our transfer to Corfu Airport and our flight home.
Written January 16, 2023
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA16,086 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2021
We spent a lot of time around this waterfront, looking at the lovely sea and eating at a couple of restaurants. It's the old port where the ferries have arrived.
Written February 11, 2022
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Amelia O
141 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Friends
The Corfu Port is simply that, a port. I suggest you take a taxi there, because there are not too many things around it. When you enter the Corfu Port building, you will go LEFT if you are taking a cruise. But you will go RIGHT if you are taking a ferry somewhere, to like Albania.

The small café is to the LEFT.
I was taking a ferry so I turned right.
For the ferry, I bought my tickets for the ferry online .. this is soo much easier.So you get to the Corfu port building which is a big pink building. You have to go through immigration and they don’t start that process until ONE hour before your ferry leaves. You will stand to the right, and wait for the doors to open. Once opened, you will go through an immigration where they check your passport or ID card ( if you are Italian). Once you have finished that process, you can sit in a chair or go outside and await the ferry. That is it.

Also, when you RETURN from someplace, and have to disembark at the Corfu Port, you will have to stand in line and go through the immigration desk again.
Written August 28, 2023
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA16,086 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021
This is the working port where the ferries leave for Albania and where the cruise ships dock. Some restaurants and cafes here because of all the traffic and you can catch a cab.
Written July 31, 2021
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Daveydog21
Ravenglass, UK208 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Couples
Just take some time to watch the large cruise liners sat come in or the shameless wealthy types in the private yachts.
Very good views across the islands to the mainland.
Written June 14, 2019
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Michael B
Bellflower, CA24,137 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Couples
This is the central port of Corfu, and can accommodate even the largest cruise ships at their modern terminals, in the last three years over 640,000 passengers on 485 Cruise ships stopped here for a visit, many used the welcome desk to picking up a map, and get local information, or the Car rental outlets for the more adventurous. Because of your time restraints on your cruise’s ships time in port, most of you will only make it to the historic old city with its craft stalls, souvenir shops and lively Tavernas, if you have more time try and visit one of the many charmingly old-fashioned rural villages in the surrounding country side. The country is steeped in history having been invaded by the Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Turks, French, Russian's and the British. In 1864 it was united with Greece under the Treaty of London. The Port has regular ferry service's to Albania, Italy and the Greek mainland, moving over 1,300,000 passengers and 536,000 vehicles. We not only caught the Hop-on Hop bus here on our first day to get orientated with all the historical sights, but later booked our return tickets to Albania and caught the ferry from here also. It was so easy and travel agent commission free. Just go to the dockside office, buy a ticket show your passport and get on the boat. Coming back is even easier just walk through the Albanian port entrance and again get on the boat back to Corfu. (Albania is worth the trip)

TIP: If you're cruise ship dock's between 3:00pm and 5:00pm, (known locally as mikro ypno), many attractions and restaurants will be closed for siesta. Also, if you're planning on visiting a church or monastery, respect the dress codes. Women should avoid short's or brief skirts and take a scarf to cover their arms or head. Men should not wear tank tops or shorts.
Written May 24, 2019
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Ria
East Anglia, UK82 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2023 • Friends
Great port- busy and very hectic, but that is to be expected.
Was not there too long.
Interesting to see all the shops in port.
Written October 7, 2023
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Travel R
Rochester, MN2,029 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Family
Not much there and not close to much of anything. Best to take a taxi to old town for some food or tourist shopping.
Written July 8, 2023
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Kevin K
11 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
We made a day trip to albania and the border control at the Corfu port was very ignoring.
At depature and arrival we wait at least an half hour.
Compared to the Albanian passport control in Saranda it took so long. Why?
Written June 16, 2023
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