Ferries to Greece
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Greek Ferries

Greek ferries are the best way to get around Greece as the country is made up of the longest coastline in the Mediterranean and encompasses countless islands and archipelagos. The most popular ferries go from Italy to Greece, from Piraeus (the port of Athens) to the islands and domestic crossings within the hundreds of beautiful islands. Island hopping with Greek ferries is very popular as you can visit many gorgeous islands in one holiday.

There is a plethora of Greek ferry routes to chose from so you really are spoiled for choice when planning your journey. Find all Greek ferry routes and ports on our map or select an individual route for more details.

Getting to Greece with a ferry

If you want to travel from Italy to Greece you can embark from Venice, Ancona, Bari or Brindisi and travel across the Adriatic Sea to Patras or Igoumenitsa on the Greek west coast or the island of Corfu.

How long do ferries take to Greece?

The fastest route to Greece is from Brindisi or Bari to Corfu with a crossing time of only 8 hours. To the Greek mainland the fastest sailing is Bari – Igoumenitsa. The longest crossing is Venice to Igoumenitsa with a duration of 30 hours and 30 minutes, but this means that you can relax and safe on a long overland drive.

Depending on your selected route ferry services operate on a schedule between once and 11 times per week.

Greek ferries within Greece

Some of the most popular islands are the Cyclades islands of Santorini, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros and Milos, as well as the island of Crete, Rhodes, Skopelos, Symi, Kos and Corfu to name but a few.

Head over to our Greek Islands page for more information about ferry services within Greece.

Should I book Greek ferries in advance?

Despite the wide range of ferry routes and sailings offered on Greek ferries, especially in the summer months ferries can be fully booked in advance and prices tend to increase the closer the date of departure comes. To ensure you get the choice and price that best suits your travel plans.

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View timetables and prices, compare routes and ferry operators, read reviews on ships, on board experience and get information about port and terminal addresses and much more. Book your next Greek ferry now online with Direct Ferries and safe, as we have the best prices and offer special deals and discounts.

Greece reviews

  • "Everything was good"

    Nice staff, clean ship, unfortunately no chairs on deck. Punctual departure and arrival. Cabin was ok (unfortunately no place for dogs pee, would be helped with a sandbox.

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  • "Good boat good crew"

    Have nothing negative to say, I wish it would give even more choices when eating on the deck!

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  • "Enjoyed the crossing"

    We enjoyed the crossing. We were with our camper van, but weren't informed about the open Decker.

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  • "very pleasant "

    A beautiful new shipand the voyageis like holiday. There I found it very pleasant, and there is nothing that this feeling would have seriously tarnished. Nevertheless, two points are named, who have not shown optimal: 1 Why did the first class dormitory closed, even though I have booked it there? I do not understand. Even in the off season but there could easily be opened if there is paying passengers, right? 2 After leaving the ship, there was an incredible traffic chaos, and there's ruthlessness and danger, not least because of the " stronger, " trucks. Could not regulate the traffic to leave the port? A little civilization would do well here!

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