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Ithaka - Kyllini is one of our busiest routes - sailings regularly sell out at busy periods
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Ithaka to Kyllini Ferry

The Ithaka Kyllini ferry route connects Ionian Islands with Greece. Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Kefalonian Lines. The crossing operates up to 7 times each week with sailing durations from around 2 hours 25 minutes.

Ithaka Kyllini sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.

Ithaka Guide

The island of Ithaka is part of the Ionian group of Greek Islands and is sandwiched between the mainland and its more popular neighbour - Kefalonia.

Ithaka covers an area of about 120 square kilometres and has a population of around 3000, though obviously this increases in the holiday season.

Ithaca remains unspoiled by the modern world and is synonymous for its' clear blue seas, lush green valleys and mountains.

With great beaches, traditional food, entertainment, busy bars or quiet solitude if you prefer, Ithaca has something for everyone.


Kyllini Guide

Kyllini is a Greek town that is located on the Peloponnesian Peninsula's most western crook, and is perhaps best known as home to its busy port. However, there is more to the town than just the port and visitors should take time whilst there to explore all that is on offer. The first thing visitors notice is the town's backdrop of thick pine forests overlooking the town and the medieval castle that is located there. The town is also the beginning of am 11 km long coastline of white sand that gently leads to the lovely waters of the Ionian Sea.

From the town's highest point, the castle, all roads lead back to the town where visitors will find a square with a number of tavernas and shops. Also in the town there are good examples of terracotta roofed houses and apartments that seemed to have been built in a haphazard formation.

Also of interest in the town are a number of Greek and Roman ruins, with the most popular being the Crusader fortress of Chlemoutsi. Over the years the town has been ruled by Germanic tribes, the Turks and the Venetians and have all influence over the town in their own way.