Agios Constantinos (Ag. Constantinos) serves ferries to Sporades islands. Ferries from Agios Constantinos to Skiathos takes 2 hours, ferries from Agios Constantinos to Skopelos takes 3 hours and trip from Agios Constantinos to Alonissos takes 3 and half hours.
About Agios Constantinos
Agios Constantinos is a port town in central Greece. Surrounded by imposing mountains and large olive groves, Agios Constantinos is one of the main ports to the islands of Sporades. The other port is Volos, a town at the foot of Mount Pelion.
The modern town of Agios Constantinos has been built right next to the sea, on the spot where the ancient town of Dafnountas was found. Today the town owes much of its development to its port. The distance from Athens is 2 and half hours and buses leave every hour from Liossion Bus Station.
About Aggios Konstantinos Port
Connected ports to Ag.constantinos
Alonissos - Evia, Mantoudi - Skiathos - Skopelos, Glossa - Skopelos, Port
Ferries from Agios Konstantinos, a port in central Greece, go to the Sporades islands (Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos).
To get to Agios Konstantinos from Athens, go to Liossion KTEL Station (close to Attiki Metro Station) and take the bus to Lamia, which makes a stop to Agios Konstantinos on the way. The distance from Athens to Agios Konstantinos is about 2 and half hours. There are buses almost every hour.