The Greek ferries offer a wide range of crossings to the mainland and to the islands of Greece. The Greek Archipelago is widely known for its various ferry connections that serve efficiently the whole year round passengers from all over the world.
The vast majority of the Greek islands and Greek island groups of the Aegean and Ionian Sea are directly connected to each other and to the major mainland ports.
The Greek island groups are:
The major Greek mainland ports are:
When arriving in Athens by airplane (Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport) or Patras by ferry (when departing from Italy), you have plenty of options in order to reach Greece's ferry ports for your final destination as for example train, bus, intercity bus, airport shuttle bus, taxi, private car services and car rentals.
The Mykonos to Santorini ferry connects the two most popular island of the Cyclades island group and presumably the two most popular islands of Greece. According to yearly statistics, millions of tourists visit these two islands. For the best possible ferry travel convenience, the islands are perfectly connected to each other and to the mainland of Athens the whole year round. In the summer season the crossings are, consequently, even more and the connections to further islands of the same or another island group extended.
Tip! When being on Mykonos or Santorini, do not miss the opportunity to book a 1-Day-Cruise to the nearby islands (e.g. Paros, Crete, Ios etc.).
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