Fly from Nice to Bari

Discovering Apulia!

Take off for Apulia

With a Nice-Bari flight, you’ll leave the Bay of Angels for a paradise: Apulia. This region forms the heel of the famous Italian "boot". A victim of its explosive reputation, its long been forgotten by tourists. But over the past several years, it has become one of the trendiest destinations in Europe, with a mellow, warm and authentic feel. A Nice-Bari direct flight throws open its doors, allowing you to discover untouched countryside, a turquoise sea, picturesque villages and a population as colourful as it is welcoming.

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Ideal For

  • Family
  • Couple
  • Beaches
Bari - rue de village aux façades blanches.
Bari- village typique de la région des Pouilles
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    The formalities for travelling to Bari

    Entry requirements : Italy is part of the Schengen Area, so to enter the country, European citizens just need a valid passport or national identity card.

    Currency : Like the French, Italians pay in Euros.

    Your flight from Nice to Bari

    The Nice-Bari flight with easyJet is currently the only option. Like all flights from Nice with this English airline, it leaves from Terminal 2.

    Don’t miss your appointment with Apulia! To reach your plane to Bari stress-free, arrive at Nice Côte d'Azur Airport at least one hour before your departure time, provided of course that you already have your boarding pass and are travelling with hand luggage only. If this isn’t the case, allow at least 15 minutes!

    Departure airport Nice Côte d’Azur aiport
    Departure terminal Terminal 2
    Arrival airport Bari airport

    Arriving at Bari Airport

    The Bari Airport is located just 11 kilometres from the city centre. It’s even easier to reach the latter as you have many transportation options available to you:

    • The bus: three different companies will take you on the journey to the centre of Bari. AMTAB, the city-owned company, is the most affordable. The Tempesta and Terravision shuttles are more expensive, but more direct: allow half an hour for the journey versus 40 to 60 minutes for their competitor.
    • The train: Bari airport has its own station. Free from traffic jams, you’re sure to reach the heart of the city in about 20 minutes. Prices are affordable and there are many departures, with around 40 per day.
    • Taxis: two official companies split the market: Apulia Taxis and Nuova Co.Ta.Ba. They charge the same rates which are fixed upfront.
    • A hire car: you can choose from more than a dozen different companies. They all await you in the Arrivals Hall of the airport.

What to do in
Bari ?

A Nice-Bari direct flight is just the first step in your journey. For although Bari is well worth visiting, it’s not the only place you should visit. There’s so much to discover in Apulia. Extraordinary scenery which, thanks to social media, has entered the subconscious of the entire planet. A rich and varied cultural heritage. A region with character. And a liveliness that fills the Apulian night air with laughter and singing, from village festivals and booming bass from hot nightclubs.

Bari - bord de mer de la région des Pouilles
  • La dolce vita with a taste for nature

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    With easyJet, you can fly to Bari for a weekend getaway or for a stay of one or more weeks. Enjoy them as a couple, as a family, or with friends. The programme changes and evolves, but is always just as intense.
    Children love long days on the beach, splashing around in the warm, crystal clear sea. They will also enjoy visiting the castles and fortresses of the Middle Ages and descending into the massive Castellana caves, the largest in Europe. They relish plates of orecchiette, the characteristic ear-shaped pasta, and creamy ice cream with unexpected flavours.
    Lovers adore strolling through the picturesque alleys of the fishing and shepherding villages. They also enjoy wandering through the historic districts of Bari and Lecce, the Florence of the South. In the evening, they have dinner together under the stars, looking out over the sea, and toast the future with a glass of negroamaro, the most famous Apulian grape variety.
    As a group, you can relax with drinks, dance to electro music, and hike along the paths of the Porto Selvaggio Regional Natural Park in search of a quiet cove where you can sunbathe and explore the sea floor.

  • The top 10 things to do in Bari and Apulia

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    - Take a tour of Bari Vecchia, the historic district of Bari. Its picturesque streets, alleys and passageways lead you to the city's most beautiful monuments.
    - Do your shopping on the Strada Arco Basso. Its speciality is orecchiette. Delicious pasta that Baresian housewives make in the street, right in front of you and by hand, before happily supplying you with some of their product.
    - At the end of the day, before the aperitivo, give yourself over to the art of the passeggiata, the traditional Italian stroll, by wandering between the sea and the city on the Lungomare, the Baresian version of the Promenade des Anglais.
    - Visit the Norman-Swabian castle. Dating back to the 13th century, this colossal building has been altered many times and is well worth a visit, both for its architecture and its exhibitions.
    - Treat yourself to an opera at the Petruzzelli, one of Italy's largest and most remarkable theatres. Affordable prices and stunning red and gold décor: this is your chance to enjoy a taste of bel canto.
    - Descend 70 metres underground in the Castellana caves. A three kilometre walk through an incredible landscape of stalactites, stalagmites and concretions with unexpected shapes and shimmering colours.
    - Get up early for a chance to lay out your towel on the most famous beach in Apulia: Lama Monachile. It’s an island of sand between two straight cliffs, in the heart of the magnificent village of Polignano a Mare.
    - Visit one of the most beautiful villages in Italy and a Unesco World Heritage Site: Alberobello. Its trulli, drywall houses crowned with a conical roof made of wool are a marvel.
    - Travel to Lecce, the other large city in Apulia, and one of the most beautiful in Mezzogiorno. It is the queen of all that is Baroque, and you’ll be enchanted by its palaces, its cathedral and its monumental basilica.
    - Lift the anchor. Bathed by the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic, with a wealth of picturesque islands and islets, wild coves and hidden beaches, the Apulian coast is even more beautiful when explored by sea.

Regular flights Nice - Bari BRI

Nice → Bari BRI

from 127

Flights per week, From July to August

Flights per day :

  • Mon 1
  • Tue 0
  • Wed 0
  • Thu 0
  • Fri 1
  • Sat 0
  • Sun 0

Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice-Bari flight take?

    The average flight time for a Nice-Bari direct flight is 1 hour 40 minutes.

  • Which airlines provide Nice-Bari direct flights?

    Currently, easyJet is the only airline that offers direct flights between Nice and Bari.

  • How much does a Nice-Bari flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice-Bari return flight based on prices from the last 90 days is 127

  • What is the best time of year to visit Bari?

    Apulia is an ideal summer destination, as long as you don't mind the heat. That said, temperatures remain reasonable thanks to cool breezes coming in off the sea. Especially since the coast has no shortage of beautiful beaches where you can enjoy the sunshine without fear. When evening comes the mood is mellow, with charming strolls through old villages, gourmet dinners and evening entertainment. Apulians don't go to bed early. From village parties to wild nightclubs, nights are anything but dull.

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