Agathonisi ferries connect Dodecanese Islands with Samos with crossings available to Lipsi, Rhodes, Symi, Kos, Kalymnos, Leros & Arki (in Dodecanese Islands) & Pythagorio (in Samos). Agathonisi Ferry crossings are operated by Dodekanisos Seaways and depending on time of year you’ll find a choice of up to 17 ferry crossings weekly.
There are up to 17 ferry crossings weekly from Agathonisi with sailing durations starting from 30 minutes. Our Agathonisi ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
The island is small and simplistic, so most people choose to traverse on foot.
Greek islands are all an entirely different entity; some have transformed into a debauched stream of alcohol fuelled nightlife, whereas some exude an air of tranquillity all year long, and there aren’t many islands more tranquil than Agathonisi. Upon reaching the harbour you will notice the lack of attractions, houses or restaurants - the waterfront is particularly sparse, much like the remainder of the island - just how the 200 inhabitants like it.
There is little to do on Agathonisi other than swim, read and eat in an idyllic cycle that repeats on an hourly basis, occuring until the Mediterranean moonlight shines down on the quiet island, concluding with some wine or beer at one of the charming tavernas. If that sounds like a desirable prospect, the languid style of Aganthonisi can alleviate any stresses of the modern world.
Agathonisi is a tiny island belonging to Greece, situated just to the west coast of Turkey in the Aegean Sea. There are many ferry routes departing the port, heading to neighbouring Greek islands, most of which are found in the Dodecanese archipelago.
Ferry terminal Agathonisi, 85001
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Agathonisi Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Agathonisi Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!