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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.
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Search our online booking engine and buy ferry tickets to all Greek islands, Italy and Turkey. Check the Greek ferries schedules 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:
One of the smallest and most relaxing islands of Dodecanese is Leros. Located on the south eastern side of the Aegean Sea, Leros is a great destination for families with kids and tourists who need a peaceful place to unwind. The ferries to Leros run 4 times per week from Athens while there is also Read more
The small island of Ithaca is famous all over the world as the legendary homeland of Ulysses, the hero of the Trojan War who needed 10 years to return to his island, after having wandered all around the world. This story is a great myth and since then Ithaca symbolizes home, the end of a Read more
On the western side of Cyclades, there is a fantastic island with wild atmosphere: Folegandros. Although surrounded by popular Greek islands, this is a place off the beaten track that remains away from mass tourism. Getting there is easy as the ferry to Folegandros departs daily in summer from the port of Piraeus, the main Read more