Kylini is a seaside town located on the western side of Peloponnese, only 3 hours drive from Athens. Its port serves ferry itineraries to some islands of the Ionian group.
You will find below information about how to reach the Ionian islands by ferry from Kilini, where to buy your tickets and information about Kilini and its port.
Ferries from Kilini serve some islands of the Ionian. The ferry trip from Kilini lasts for 1-2.5 hours depending on the arrival point. Kilini is directly connected to Zakynthos, Kefalonia, and Ithaca.
Ferry schedules from Kilini
There are ferries from Kilini to Zakynthos and Kefalonia almost every day all year round. However, in the summer, ferry routes are more frequent. There are also ferries from Kilini to Ithaca, which run seasonally.
Ferry from Kilini to Zakynthos
Ferries from Kilini to Zakynthos operate all year round with 6 ferry crossings every day. In the summer, routes are more frequent (up to 10 ferry connections every day). The duration of the ferry trip to Zakynthos from Kilini is 1 hour.
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Ferry from Kilini to Kefalonia (Poros)
Ferries from Kilini to Kefalonia (Poros) run throughout the year with many daily routes, especially during peak season. The ferry trip to Kefalonia from Kilini lasts for 1 and a half hours.
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What types of ferries travel to/from Kilini?
Travel tips to organize your travel:
- There are ferries from Kilini to both ports of Kefalonia, Poros and Sami, so make sure you double-check at which port you arrive.
- The best way to plan your trip to Kilini is to book your ferry tickets in advance, as Greek ferries may be fully booked, especially in July and August.
- Keep in mind that ferries from Kilini to Ithaca operate seasonally. This means they usually run from May to September.
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INFORMATION ABOUT KILINI
Kylini is a seaside town located on the western side of Peloponnese, only 3 hours drive from Athens. Although it is inhabited since the prehistoric times, it reached its development in the Roman times due to the healing baths that work till today and in the Medieval Era, when many castles were constructed in the region.
The wider region of Kylini is tourist developed mostly due to the long sandy beaches and the healing natural springs that treat many diseases. Close places to visit are Katakolon, Olympia and few Byzantine monasteries in the area.
About Kilini Port
Connected ports to Kilini
Ithaki, Pisaetos - Kefalonia, Poros - Kefalonia, Sami - Zakynthos
Killini is a small port town in western Peloponnese that gets busy mostly as a gateway to the islands islands of Zakynthos and Kefalonia.
You can go there by bus from Athens. There are public buses to Zakynthos and Kefalonia that leave from Kifissos KTEL Station (bus X93 from airport) in Athens, get to the port of Killini and embark into the ferry to go to the islands. In tourist period, there are buses about three to four times a day. The bus takes about 4 hours to Killini.