Ferries from Attica
There are ferries from Piraeus to: Santorini, Mykonos, Milos, Amorgos (Katapola and Aegialis), Folegandros, Aegina, Koufonissi, Paros, Naxos, Ios, Serifos, Sifnos, Syros, Tinos, Spetses, Hydra, Porto Heli, Poros, Ikaria (Evdilos and Agios Kirikos), Agistri (Skala and Myli), Ermioni, Tilos, Kalymnos, Symi, Nisyros, Kos, Kastelorizo, Rhodes, Astypalea, Donoussa, Lesvos and Chios.
Ferries from Rafina go to: Santorini, Mykonos, Andros, Tinos, Marmari Evia, Ios, Paros, Naxos, Koufonissi and Amorgos.
There are ferries from Lavrio to: Kea, Kythnos, Lemnos, Psara, Agios Eystratios, Andros, Syros, Tinos, Mesta Chios, Milos, Kimolos, Sifnos, Serifos and Paros.
About AthensThe peninsula of Attica has the busiest ports of the country, as most passengers leave from Athens to go to the islands of the Aegean.
There are three ports in Attica. The busiest is the port of Piraeus as it is located close to Athens city centre and it serves ferries to most islands of the Aegean, to Crete and ports of Peloponnese. The port of Piraeus is very large, it has 10 gates and every gate serves different destinations.
Less busy is the port of Rafina, which is located on the north eastern side of Attica. This is the closest port to the airport of Athens and there are frequent buses from the airport to Rafina. All year round, there are ferries from Rafina to Andros, Tinos and Mykonos, while in summer there are ferries from Rafina to Paros, Naxos, Santorini and other islands of Cyclades. From Rafina, there are also ferries to Marmari Evia.
Over the last years, the port of Lavrion has also developed a lot. Lavrion is located on the southern side of Attica, close to Cape Sounion. All year round there are ferries from Lavrion to Kea and Lemnos, while in summer there are occasionally ferries to various islands of Cyclades and North Aegean.
Information and photos about the ports.