Thursday, 23 May 2024

Athens Directory Search

Essentially, Rafina is the 2nd largest port town found on the eastern coast of Attika, whose origins go back from prehistoric times to one of the one-hundred municipalities of Athens. This "gateway port" serves ferries heading to the southern part of ...more
Akti Andrea Papandreou 10, Rafina, Attica, Greece 19009
Zante Ferries, founded in 1991, is a Greek ferry company that provides daily connections from the main port of Piraeus to the Western Cyclades, Samothrace Island and Limnos Island. ...more
Minoan Lines was founded in 1972 and was the first to offer a ferry service between Piraeus and Heraklion, Crete. In the following decades, the fleet was gradually expanded and more routes were offered. Since 1990, daily connections are available between Patras and Igoumenitsa and Ancona, Italy. ...more
Piraeus is the busiest port of Europe, since it serves almost 17,6 million passengers in 2013. Daily, tens of ships set sail from there for the Aegean islands and abroad. The portʼs installations serve the high volume traffic on regular basis, but ...more
Akti Miaouli 10, Piraeus (Center / Port), Piraeus, Attica, Greece 18538
Blue Star Ferries was founded as Strintzis Lines and is a popular Greek ferry company based in Piraeus. Mainly it offers domestic connections between Piraeus and Cycladic Islands, Dodecanese Islands and Crete. ...more
The Port of Lavrio was established in the 11th Century BC beside a small town in at the southernmost tip of Attica, Greece. It is the seat of the municipality of Lavreotiki. The ferry boats from Lavrio go to the nearby island of Kea and the Cycladic ...more
Akti Papandreou Andrea, Lavrio, Attica, Greece 19500
This shipping company, based in Chania, Crete is the third largest in Greece and since 1967 has been offering nationwide connections in Greece and also to several cities in Italy with its ten ferries. ...more
Hellenic Seaways was founded in 2005 and operates conventional ships as well as a larger fleet of high-speed vessels. Serving as 35 ports throughout Greece. ...more