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Ferry Mykonos-Kavala

Ferry service runs from Mykonos to Kavala 2 times a week. The trip takes approx. 20 hours by ferry on the Mykonos-Kavala route. All year round, ferries connect Kavala with North Aegean islands (Ikaria, Samos, Chios, Lesvos, Limnos, Agios Efstratios), Mykonos and Athens.
Almost all ferries dock at Kavala port, where buses meet every arriving boat and shuttle passengers to Kavala city and airport and to Thessaloniki city and airport. Taxis are also available from Kavala at nearly five times the bus fare.
In our online ferry platform you can find all schedules and prices for the ferries from Mykonos to Kavala. Welcome to Kavala!

Book ferries from Mykonos to Kavala!
Buy your ferry ticket in advance and organise your trip to Greece better and on time.

Book in advance

Ferry travel Mykonos-Kavala is much like any other form of travel when it comes to finding the cheaper deals. The further you book in advance, the more likely it is that you will find a better choice of cheaper fares. Leave booking until closer to the time and those cheap tickets will have already been sold. Not only that, but chances are there may not be the full choice of tickets available for the times or crossings you require. So get organized and book early the ferry from Mykonos to Kavala.

There are a many reasons why you should book your ferry Mykonos-Kavala in advance.
Here's some of the most important:
Mykonos-Kavala is a very popular route that sell out well!
  • Don't be disappointed!
Reduce stress!
  • Don't waste time haggling with the local agencies.
Lock in your price from Mykonos to Kavala!
  • Currency dips & price hikes won't affect you.
Save vacation time!
  • Plan & book now, not later.
Balance your vacation budget!
  • Charge ferry coasts on this month's credit card bill.
Select your accommodation
Conventional ferries from Mykonos to Kavala:
  • Restaurants, cafes, bars, WCs, decks are available for any class of accommodation.
  • Economy deck seats are spread all over the ship and you can seat wherever you want – the ones inside the ship, near the bar or cafeteria are better since they are more comfortable to sit, like armchairs. The ones outside are like swimming pool plastic chairs and tables – not comfortable for long trips, but fun to stay during the day, watching the beautiful blue sea and having a drink. The economy class stores the luggage in racks spread all over the ship, and sometimes not close to the place where you are sitting.
  • Air seats are numbered seats so each passenger is assigned a specific seat. They are large and comfortable and if you intend to take a nap, that’s good enough. The seats are in separate private rooms on the ship. The numbers refer to the location of these “rooms” and that doesn’t make any difference. They are all the same. You enter through a private door to the lounge and at the back you have racks to store your luggage. It’s like a first class wagon on a train.
  • Business class or/and VIP is a separate section with larger seats with the most comfortable seating. Both Business and VIP have their own bars, and are restricted to passengers holding tickets for those sections.

Have a nice trip!

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