Ferries to Piraeus
Most ferries to the Greek islands depart from the port of Piraeus. This port is very large, it has 10 gates and ferries to different destinations leave from each gate.
From Mainland to PiraeusErmioni to Piraeus
From other islands
Santorini, Mykonos, Milos, Amorgos (Katapola & Aegialis), Folegandros to Piraeus
Aegina, Koufonissi, Paros, Naxos, Ios, Serifos, Sifnos, Syros to Piraeus
Tinos, Ikaria (Evdilos & Agios Kirikos), Agistri (Skala & Myli) to Piraeus
Spetses, Hydra, Porto Heli, Poros to Piraeus
Tilos, Kalymnos, Symi, Nisyros, Kos, Kastelorizo, Astypalea to Piraeus
Rhodes, Donoussa, Lesvos, Chios to Piraeus
About PiraeusPiraeus is only 12 km from the centre of Athens and all through history it has been the main port of the town. In the ancient times, Piraeus was hosting the fleet of Athens and all the naval expeditions would start from there. In the centuries that followed the decline of classical Athens, the port fell in disuse, however since the 19th century the port started again to develop.
Today the port of Piraeus is the largest in Europe in terms of commercial traffic as it serves about 20 million passengers a year. Ferries depart from Piraeus to most islands of the Aegean, to Crete and many ports of Peloponnese.
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