Mainland Greece has long attracted holidaymakers from around the world seeking sun, fun and culture. Beautiful beaches, year round Mediterranean sun and lively nightlife make a holiday in Greece Ferries an unforgettable experience. The choice of destinations available with a mainland Greece Ferry holiday is diverse. If you are looking for a relaxing floral paradise, a white sand beach, quiet fishing villages or historical ruins, a holiday in mainland Greece has something for everyone. Beautiful, clear blue seas, fresh seafood, friendly locals and breath taking scenery are why holidays in mainland remain a popular choice.
In case you arrive to the Athenian airport and you are looking for a ferry connection to the Greek islands, here bellow all possible main departure ports in mainland for Ferries Greece.
The main port of Greece is Piraeus. From here are the ferries and passenger boats to the Aegean islands and Crete. From the port of Ag. Konstantinos and Volos ferries leave to the Sporades islands and from the port of Rafina boats depart to many of the main Cyclades islands. The port of Patras is the second largest port of Greece and connects Greece with Italy and the Ionian islands. Ionian islands are connecting with Kyllini port as well. The port of Igoumenitsa connects also north-west Greece with Italy and Corfu. Other large ports of Greece are the port of Heraklion and Chania in Crete and the ports of Thessaloniki, Kavala and Alexandroupolis which have connections with the north Aegean islands.
Enjoy your Greece Ferry route!
Departure ports for Greece Ferries