Book your ferry from KOS to KALYMNOS with NetFerry!
Book your ferry from Kos to Kalymnos with our Dodecanese Islands ferry search platform. On this website discover all routes to Kalymnos departing from Kos and easily find the timetables, crossing duration and prices.
The Kos Kalymnos line is covered by 2 sailing companies that partner with NetFerry online services (Blue Star Ferries and Dodekanisos Seaways) which together provide 16 weekly sailings with travel times ranging between 35 min and 1 hour. all day departure times for these crossings. The line is also served by hydrofoils, which can be used by foot passengers only, so you must choose between transporting your vehicle and getting there faster! All ships are equipped with passenger services and cabin crew who are ready to assist you.
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Port of KOS
The port of Kos, is located on the east coast of the island and provides connections to the Dodecanese archipelago and the port of Piraeus. In the area around the port there are useful passenger services such as restaurants and taverns. The city center of Kos is only around 200 meters from the port. Bus connections are available to get around the island and the city itself. All buses depart from the bus station located in Via Kleopatras and take you to other popular destinations such as Mastichari, Kefalos and Kardamena. Kos airport is about 25 kilometers from the island's port and in th... [More information]
Address: Akti Miaouli, Kos 853 00, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Kos, port
Guide of KALYMNOS
The island of Kalymnos is partly mountainous and barren with fertile inner valleys. It has an elongated shape and a very rocky, jagged coastline with islets, the main ones being Telendos and Pserimos. The mountains that go down to the sea give the island an almost lunar landscape and it attracts hikers and free climbers. Each October there is an important festival called 'The North Face Kalymnos Climbing Festival' that draws climbers from all around the world. History According to Greek mythology, the name of the island derives from Titan who called Kalydnos son of Gea and Uranus. Histor... [More information]
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