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This blog is dedicated to giving information about ferries but also destinations served by Greek Ferries.

3 of the best unknown spots for swimming in Zakynthos

By Ferriesingreece on 25-08-2017

Zakynthos, also known as “fior di levante” (the flower of the east) is indeed a jewel hiding several beaches that satisfy all tastes! From the southern and western part of the island where you can see heavenly sandy beaches with shallow, warm waters and captivating sunsets, to the northern side with rocky landscapes and deep, […]

Worth-Visiting Beaches on Milos

Sarakiniko beach Milos Greece

By Ferriesingreece on 09-08-2017

Milos constitutes one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Cyclades due to its beautiful beaches and its unique landscape. It is considered an ideal island for couples who wish to relax, to spend their holidays together and to enjoy the romantic sunset. However, it is also an excellent choice for the adventurers who […]

Mykonos: 5 Must-Visit Beaches

By Ferriesingreece on 25-07-2017

Mykonos is considered one of the most popular Greek Islands due to the amazing nightlife and its cosmopolitan character. Each year, more and more tourists visit the “Island of Winds” in order to party in the local clubs which are reasonable compared to those of Ibiza. If you decide to spend your holidays on Mykonos, […]

Alonissos: Sporades revisited

By Ferriesingreece on 22-06-2017

Alonissos belongs to the northern part of the Sporades island complex and is the most remote one; its location contributed to the preservation of a strong traditional character, that, combined with the rich history of the island since the ancient times, create an alluring atmosphere that invites the visitor to discover an unconventional side of […]

Kythnos island: The jewel of the Western Cyclades

By Eva on 05-01-2017

Kythnos, located in the western part of the Cyclades, is one of the loveliest islands of the Aegean Sea. Kythnos island is easily accessible by ferries that depart from Piraeus and Lavrion. Although small in size, it is known to be one of the best places in Greece for relaxing holidays. The island has two […]

Agistri: A near to Athens Paradise

By Eva on 24-11-2016

Agistri is the smallest island located in the Argosaronic Gulf, near to Aegina and only about an hour away from Piraeus by ferry. Archaeological evidence reveals that this island has been populated since the 5th century B.C. Its first inhabitants were of Peloponnesian ancestry and later on, during the 14th century was inhabited by Arvanites. […]

Ermioni: the seductress

By Eva on 01-11-2016

Ermioni is really near to Piraeus by ferry and during the last years, it has been experiencing a steadily increasing uprising in its tourism. It successfully combines the beauty and the relaxing atmosphere of an island along with the amenities found in a town.   #What to see Ermioni was founded by the ancient Greek […]

Greek Hidden Treasures 14: Kastellorizo: Beauty and History

By Eva on 17-10-2016

Located in the southeastern Mediterranean Sea, Kastellorizo is a peaceful and alluring island that will surprise you with its hidden beauty. It is close to Rhodes, Symi, Tilos, Nisyros, and Kalymnos and you can easily take a ferry and go there. Although it has never been a very popular holiday destination, it gained much of […]

Patmos island: Small and sacred

By Ferriesingreece on 06-10-2016

The small island of Patmos belongs to the Dodecanese island complex. It is believed that John the Apostle wrote the “Book of Revelation” (which is a Book of the New Testament) in there. Nowadays, Patmos island is famous for its alluring, unspoiled nature and there are many regular ferry itineraries to the island. Skala is its […]

Serifos: Enjoy its Calmness

By Ferriesingreece on 28-09-2016

The magnificent Serifos is an island located in the Western Cyclades, really close to Athens by traveling on a ferry. One thing that truly characterizes vacations (and life, in general) on Serifos island is its calmness. Supposedly, even the frogs on this island are mute. Nobody in there seems to be in a hurry, except […]