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The ferry lines between Paros and Crete are served by the sailing companies Golden Star Ferries, Minoan Lines / Grimaldi Euromed and Sea Jets who have more than 24 sailings per week with primarily afternoon departures and crossing times shorter than 6 hr 30 min. On this route you can choose between the high-speed boats provided by Minoan Lines / Grimaldi Euromed and Sea Jets and the cargo capacity of the other companies, that allow you to carry your car, motorbike or camper. Ferries with long travel times offer various types of seating and beds to maximize your comfort on board: you select the amount of space you require, from regular seating to a range of cabin options.
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Port of PAROS
The port of Paros is located in Parikia on the west coast of the island. The port provides many connections throughout the year and is the main transport hub of the Cyclades. It is a good sized natural harbor, sheltered to the north by a bay and only winds from the west present problems for ships and ferries. The services for boaters and passengers arriving or departing on board ferries arre vast, there are restaurants, bars, shops and an information office. The connection with Antiparos provides a nice day trip, with daily excursions lasting about an hour only available during the summe... [More information]
Address: Christoi Konstavtopoiloi, Paros 844 00, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Paros, port
Guide of CRETE
Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and is a varied island and it has always been an important commercial centre since ancient times and the cradle of Minoan civilization. This island embodies every aspect of Greek culture and its strong thousand-year history has allowed it to remain distinct from the rest of the Greek islands. The island is situated between the Libyan and the Aegean Seas, much further south than the other Greek islands, so the climate is mild all year round - it is even possible to go to swim in the sea in late autumn! History Crete, more than any other Gree... [More information]
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