Palermo Ferry PortPalermo ferry port is located on the island of Sicily, Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy.
Ferry routes to and from Palermo are currently served by 3 companies: Grimaldi Lines, Tirrenia and Grandi Navi Veloci (GNV), going to 6 destinations. In the high season there are 4 to 6 crossings per day. In the low season there are 3 to 5 crossings per day. Journey times are between 8 hours 30 minutes and 20 hours 30 minutes depending on the route. There are 8 ferry routes passing through the port of Palermo; all accept cars, all accept bicycles and all accept pets on board.
Map of Palermo Ferry Routes
Here is port location map with all available ferry crossings - Right click on image to save the map:
Departures and ArrivalsHave a look at the departure and arrival times for Palermo ferry port below. It's all organized by month and day, making it easy to find the information you need. Just click on the month you're interested in, and you'll see all the departure and arrival details for Palermo ferries.
Palermo ferry port address and GPS coordinatesVia Calata Marinai d'Italia, 90133 Palermo Sicilia, Italy
GPS location coordinates: 38°7'41.3"N 13°21'48.3"E
Nearest airports to Palermo Ferry Port
- Falcone Borsellino Airport - PMO (24 km)
- Catania-Fontanarossa Airport - CTA (167 km)
- Malta International Airport - MLA (271 km)
Nearest Train (Railway) Stations to Palermo Ferry Port
- Palermo Centrale, P.za Giulio Cesare, 90123 Palermo PA, Italy (2 km)
Alternative ferry ports to PalermoHere is the list of the alternative (nearest) ferry ports to check any other ferry connection that suits your travel plan:
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Passenger Traffic in Palermo ferry portCheck out the passenger traffic numbers, covering transportation by ferries, passenger boats, and ships from 2004 to 2021. The figures are provided in thousands, giving you an idea of the activity and flow of travelers who have passed through this port over the years.
How many passengers use Palermo ferry port per year?
0.7 million passengers used Palermo ferry port in 2021, representing a difference of 28 % compared to 0.5 million in 2020.