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Good all round service. Hassle free boarding and punctual. Good facilities on board. A relaxing way to arrive in Kefalonia and see the beautiful coastline from a different view!Read More Read Less
This ferry being the last leg of our journey from Kent to Kefalonia was brilliant what a lovely ship it was clean the staff were really warm and welcoming just what we needed being so far from home. We would definitely recommend this trip to people and will not hesitate to use it again.Read More Read Less
"Organised kaos. !!!!!!!"
These ferries are fantastic with so many people, cars, buses & tanks getting loaded it still leaves on time, very impressive. The ferry itself is clean and comfortable to travel, the staff are friendly and handled the busy period Rey well. We also went from one ferry to the next with no problems with a 15 minute turnaround and we still made it. Thank you for the excellent experience levante ferries.Read More Read Less
Ferry was on time, loaded efficiently and left on time. Once on board the seating areas were comfortable and everything was so clean, including the toilets. The staff were really professional and helpful. Would highly recommend.Read More Read Less
The Kyllini Poros ferry route connects Greece with Kefalonia and is currently operated by 2 ferry companies. The Kefalonian Lines service runs up to 14 times per week with a sailing duration of around 1 hour 20 minutes while the Levante Ferries service runs up to 5 times per day with a duration from 1 hour 30 minutes.
So that’s a combined 49 sailings on offer per week on the Kyllini Poros route between Greece and Kefalonia. Compare now and get the best fare at the time that you want to travel.
The Greek port town of Kyllini is located in the Kastro-Kyllini region of Greece and lies on the Ionian Sea coast around 11 km to the west of Andravida, 28 km to the north of the island of Zakynthos and 39 km to the north west of Pyrgos. The town has a beautiful beach, with golden sand, which is located in the area around Fournia Beach. Visitors also like to take advantage of the natural spas of Kyllini Baths. One important attraction in the town is Chlemoutsi Castle which is made up of the main castle, a hexagonal building, with an inner courtyard. The castle's fortification from attack are its walls which have towers located along its length. The town is also around 40 minutes by car from Ancient Olympia.
From the town's port there are several ferry connections to Zakynthos, Cephalonia, Argostoli, Poros, Ithaka and Sami.
Poros is an attractive coastal town located on the southeast coast of Kefalonia, one of the Ionian Islands of Greece. Situated at the crossing point where the Vohinas river enters the sea, the name ‘Poros’ actually means ‘ford’ or ‘crossing’ in Greek.
As a port town, Poros links Kefalonia with mainland Greece with daily ferry services. Local fishing boats also use the harbour to supply the area with fresh fish. Poros used to be no more than a small cluster of fishermen’s huts, until the 1953 earthquake destroyed many of the surrounding villages and a new town was built.
Nowadays, Poros is built around a marvellous landscape of lush green forests and has a population of around 1100 inhabitants. The combination of dense vegetation and crystal blue water makes Poros one of the most perfect summer holiday destinations. With a slow pace of life and a traditional Greek atmosphere, Poros is great for those who seek to escape the package tours and find something genuinely Greek.