What Is The Sea Between Italy And Greece
Ionian Sea, Latin Mare Ionium, Italian Mare Ionio, some portion of the Mediterranean Sea, lying between Greece (east), Sicily (southwest), and Italy (west and northwest). Despite the fact that considered by old creators to be a piece of the Adriatic Sea, the Ionian Sea is presently observed as a different waterway. In the Ionian Sea, south of Greece, the Mediterranean achieves its most noteworthy profundity (16,000 feet [4,900 m]).
The Ionian Sea drift, Catania, Sicily, Italy.
The Ionian is associated with the Tyrrhenian Sea by the Strait of Messina and with the Adriatic Sea by the Strait of Otranto. The Ionian Sea incorporates the inlets of Squillace and Taranto (Italy) and Arta, Patras, and Corinth (Greece). The primary Ionian ports are Syracuse and Catania (Sicily), Taranto (Italy), Kérkira (Ionian Islands), and Pátrai (Greece). The Ionian Islands lie off the western bank of Greece.