Termoli ferry port in Italy is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to San Domino (Tremiti), Ploce & Hvar available. With a selection of up to 38 Sailings Weekly, the port of Termoli connects Italy with Tremiti Islands, Croatia & Hvar Island.
Sailing durations range from 50 minutes on the San Domino (Tremiti) service to 5 hours 45 minutes on the Ploce service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Termoli fare search.
Termoli is a town in the province of Campobasso, on the Adriatic coast of Italy, in the region of Molise.
Once known as a fishing port, Termoli has now developed into one of the favorite resorts for Italian families, well known for its beaches and old fortifications.
Its historical old town stands on top of a cape, overlooking the Adriatic Sea. The structure of this ancient town has been well restored, reserving its tangle of narrow streets and many of the houses here have been rebuilt in a range of pastel colours. The towns most famous landmark has to be the Castle, which was built during the Norman domination in the 11th century and largely renovated during the rule of Frederick II in 1240.
As one of the top seaside resorts in Molise, Termoli boasts some of the most attractive beaches renowned for its purity and is never overcrowded. Whether you’re looking for some relaxing bathing, water sports or beach volleyball, Termoli is the perfect place for all.