Why book greek ferries with us?
- Every year, 35,000 passengers book ferry tickets with us!
- Ferries to Greece, Greek islands, Italy & Turkey.
- Support via phone, e-mail & social medias.
- Your Ferry Tickets at home/office or on port before departure.
- SMS notifications about your Greek islands ferries.
- Payments of ferry tickets on a Secured server.
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About Ferries in Greece
Taking a ferry is the most popular and fun way to get around the Greek islands. Most Greek ferries depart from the ports of Athens. It is now easy to book your ferry tickets in Greece in advance and save much trouble and time. Check our online system to look for the boat schedules and ferries fares and to buy your tickets for ferries in Greece, Italy and Turkey.
As we cooperate with almost all Greek ferries companies, our engine is the most complete system to check ferry schedules, compare ferry tickets prices and make your online reservation. We are also proud to say that our customers rank us with the highest marks for our excellent sales and after sales customer care. For this, read comments of clients regarding our ferry service.
For your best experience, we strongly reccommend the ferry company Blue Star.
Information about destinations
Search our online booking engine and buy ferry tickets to all Greek islands, Italy and Turkey. Check the schedules of the ferries from Athens to Santorini, Mykonos, Rhodes, Crete, Paros, Naxos and all the other popular Greek destinations. Through our system, you can find out information about ports and itineraries, ferry connections, departure and arrival times, ferry tickets prices and special offers. Check ferries from Athens to:
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With millions of visitors every summer, Crete is connected in many ferry schedules to Athens, other Greek islands and few ports of the mainland. Traveling by ferry to Crete is easy and comfortable, particularly in summer season. # From Athens There are ferries from the port of Piraeus, the central port of Athens, to Read more
Athens, the capital and transportation hub of Greece, actually has three large commercial ports that serves passengers to the Greek islands and few ports of the mainland. Port of Piraeus Piraeus is the largest and busiest port of Athens. Located 10 km from the city centre, the port of Piraeus can be accessed by Read more
Traveling by ferry is the most enjoyable way to get around Greece. The majority of ferries to the Greek islands depart from the port of Piraeus in Athens and only few ferries depart from the other two ports of Athens, Rafina and Lavrion. In particular, Rafina and Lavrion have more ferry schedules in summer and Read more