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The ferry route between Kalymnos and Ikaria is covered by Dodekanisos Seaways only who offer 2 weekly connections with traveling times not exceeding 2 hr 40 min (typically afternoon departures). Fast ships and hydrofoils operate on this crossing, so travel times can be significantly reduced.
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KALYMNOS AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA) offers
Children under 5 travel free
Children between the ages of 0 and 5 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 10
Receive a 50% discount on tickets for children aged between 5 and 10, including fees.
Return ticket discount
Receive a discount on return tickets booked at least one day before departure. Limited availability, this deal can not be used in conjunction with any other offers.
Port of KALYMNOS
The port of Pothia is located on the island of Kalymnos and provides connections to the Dodecanese islands. The port is the busiest place on the west coast of the island and the area around the port offers many services. Pothia is a natural port and has been popular since the end of 1800s, it is both functional and picturesque, with pretty white houses and pastel colors. The port is located in the immediate vicinity of the center, which is easily accessible on foot.... [More information]
Address: The Kalymnos Trail Pothia 852 00, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Kalymnos, port
Guide of AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA)
On the south-eastern side of the island of Ikaria stands Agios Kirikos, a fishing village founded around 300 years ago. The city is dedicated to the saint Kirikos and is the capital of the island and has lots of tourist amenities. History According to the myth, Icarus drowned and was buried on the island, which was initially colonized by the Ions and then occupied by the Persians. From the Byzantines, it was then passed to the Venetians and finally became Greek territory at the end of 1100. Places to visit The church of Santo Kyrikos, is named after the saint and on July 15th each year this Sa... [More information]
2 weekly sailings - Duration: 2 hours 40 minutes
Ship: PRIDE DODEKANISOS
❯ KOS to AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA) ferry
❯ LEROS to AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA) ferry
❯ LIPSI to AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA) ferry
❯ NISYROS to AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA) ferry
❯ PATMOS to AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA) ferry
❯ RHODES to AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA) ferry
❯ SYMI to AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA) ferry
❯ TILOS to AGIOS KIRIKOS (IKARIA) ferry