Book your ferry from KOS to NISYROS with NetFerry!
Are you organizing a vacation to Greece? Search for the best ferry from Kos to Nisyros through the NetFerry online search engine. On these pages you can find out the arrival and departing times, prices and ferry operators that serve thecrossings to Nisyros departing from Kos.
The route connecting Kos and Nisyros is operated by 2 sailing companies that partner with NetFerry online services (Blue Star Ferries and Dodekanisos Seaways) which together provide 4 weekly sailings with travel times ranging between 50 min and 1 hr 05 min. afternoon and evening departure times for these crossings. Some of the sailing companies operating this crossing have hydrofoils available, which speed up your journey if you are a foot passenger, but if you want to travel with your vehicle, it is also possible find ferries suitable for transporting vehicles. 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 NISYROS
Nisyros is famous for its volcano, which is the islands main tourist attraction. This small round island has been forgotten by international tourism, it is green and lush thanks to the volcanic soil which grows eucalyptus, fig trees, olive trees and fruit trees scattered across the island. The inhabitants are friendly and welcoming towards the few tourists who come here. History According to Greek mythology, the island became separated from Kos when Poseidon hurled a giant called Polyvotis down to earth during the battle between the Gods and Giants. Today Polyvotes is the name of the volcano ... [More information]
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