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How do I get to the Ionian Islands? Find the best ferry from Gythio to the Ionian Islands by checking NetFerry online booking system. Our website provides you with all the info you need, including the routes, timetables, prices travel times for the ferry crossings to the Ionian Islands from Gythio.
The Gythio Ionian Islands lines are covered by Avlemon N.e. only with a schedule of 2 weekly connections with primarily evening departures and maximum duration of 4 hr 45 min. This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port. Once on board, you can enjoy all of the services provided to make your trip as pleasant as possible.
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Port of GYTHIO
Gythio is a port off mainland Greece, located south of the Peloponnese. Gythio is the most important port on the Maina peninsula, near Sparta, a port that also played an important role in the past. It is a fascinating place and as legend has it, this is the place that Elena and Paris spent the night before embarking for Troy. The Port of Gythio welcomes private boats and passenger ferries and there are many bars, restaurants, hotels and shops in the surrounding area.... [More information]
Address: Epar.Od. Gytheiou-Areopolis Githio 232 00, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Gythio, port
Guide of IONIAN ISLANDS
The Ionian Islands offer breathtaking Mediterranean views and all types of beaches. There are seven main islands surrounded by numerous some smaller ones. There is a mix of Italian and Greek culture on the islands, reflecting the history of roman and greek conquest. The major islands are Corfu, Zakynthos, Paxos, Ithaca, Kefalonia, Cerigo and Lefkada, all offer great places to visit, crystal clear water and extraordinary natural beauty. The Ionian Islands are special because of the presence of greenery, there are mountainous areas that are rich in woodland and dense hills of olive groves.... [More information]