There is currently just the 1 ferry route running between Kefalonia and Greece operated by 2 ferry companies – Ionian Group & Kefalonian Lines. The Poros (Kefalonia) to Kyllini ferry crossing operates daily with a scheduled sailing duration from about 1 hour 20 minutes.
Whilst we’ve taken great care to ensure the information on this page is correct, as the frequency and duration of crossings on all routes can vary from time to time we’d advise that you get a live quote for current availability on this Kefalonia Greece crossing between Poros (Kefalonia) and Kyllini.
Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian islands in western Greece and features a mild climate along with some excellent beaches.
Since it became popular amongst tourists in the eighties, Kefalonia now gets visitors not just from Greece and Europe but from all over the world and is well-equipped to handle the influx of tourists during the busy season.
The film, Captain Corelli's Mandolin was shot on the island itself which helped to make it more widely known.
With 2 ferry ports on the island (Sami and Poros) Kefalonia is ideally situated for connections to the other Greek islands.
Greece is one of the world’s most visited countries. With the Aegean Sea to the East of the mainland, the Ionian Sea to the West, the Mediterranean Sea to the South and a vast number of islands, Greece boasts some 16,000 kilometres of coastline.
Greece is a country rich with diversity, from its mountainous mainland to the stunning islands with their whitewashed houses and blue-domed churches. Many of the Greek beaches have been awarded the Blue Flag, while the country’s rich history and legacy has left it with 18 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Greek mainland is easily reached by ferry across the Adriatic Sea from Italy while domestically, due to the sheer number of islands, there are many ferry companies and a range of services on offer. The majority of the domestic ferries are modern, though the class of ferry differs based on the journey type. The longer routes are served by conventional passenger ferries, while the shorter inter island routes are served by high speed catamarans and hydrofoils.