Dodecanese Islands

Compare ferries from Dodecanese Islands to Samos

There is no shortage of options to choose from when it comes to selecting a ferry from Dodecanese Islands to Samos. There are 2 ferry companies with a combined offering of 12 Ferry Routes connecting Agathonisi to Pythagorio, Arki to Pythagorio, Patmos to Pythagorio & Vathi, Lipsi to Pythagorio, Leros to Pythagorio, Kalymnos to Pythagorio, Kos to Pythagorio & Vathi, Symi (Simi) to Pythagorio, Rhodes to Pythagorio & Vathi, Patmos to Pythagorio & Vathi & Kos to Pythagorio & Vathi.

The fastest route between Dodecanese Islands and Samos is Agathonisi to Pythagorio with a crossing duration of around 35 minutes. With so many routes on offer we make it simple by comparing all similar routes in one search so you can quickly find what you are looking for.

Dodecanese Islands Samos Ferry Map

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About Dodecanese Islands:

The twelve Dodecanese Islands lie in the southeast corner of the Aegean Sea, boasting one of the sunniest climates in Greece.

As diverse as they are beautiful, the Dodecanese are the complete Greek package offering a wide range of attractions including stunning beaches, exquisite food, historic wonders and architectural masterpieces.

The most visited and popular island, Rhodes is rich with medieval history and offers the perfect setting for romantic strolls in its famed Old Town. Thrilling activities come in abundance on the Dodecanese, too, particularly on Telendos, where you can scuba-dive through an ancient sunken city.

The Dodecanese Islands offer plenty of great departure points for numerous European destinations, as well as frequent routes within the islands themselves. Due to the quantity of islands in this region, travelling by ferry is by far the most convenient way to get around.

About Samos:

Samos is one of the most famous islands in Greece, close to the Turkish coast in the Aegean Sea, separated by the mile-wide Mycale Strait.

Steeped in history of legendary proportion, Samos is believed to be the birthplace of Greek Goddess, Hera. Consequently, the ruinous Heraion, once the largest temple in Greece, is one of the top attractions. Famous mathematician, Pythagoras was also born here. But, beyond the historical significance of Samos lies one of the most physically appealing islands in the Aegean, with an endless choice of typically beautiful, Mediterranean beaches with warm, clear waters.

The capital and largest town, Vathy has plenty of lively bars and restaurants, but most visitors head to the stunning port village of Pythagorio for its traditional architecture and sublime seafront views.

Greece is one of the easiest countries to travel by ferry, due to the high concentration of islands in the Aegean Sea. Samos has a few ports which are served by a range of excellent ferry operators, sailing from a huge number of domestic cities and archipelagos.