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The ferry crossing from Paros to Rethimno is covered by the sailing company Sea Jets who offer 2 weekly sailings, with a maximum duration of 4 hr 55 min and mainly afternoon departures. This route is served by ferries allowing cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks. The crew will ensure passenger comfort on board and are available to assist you in any eventuality.
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PAROS RETHIMNO 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 discount of 50% on tickets for children between the ages of 5 and 10, including fees.
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 RETHIMNO
Located on the northern coast of Crete, Rethymno is a charming city with a population of around 40,000. The old town, Palia Poli, remains one of the best-preserved old towns in Crete, almost entirely constructed under the Republic of Venice. A brief history of Rethymno The Minoans initially settled in Rethymno during the Bronze Age. In around 1250, the city became the seat of the Latin Diocese of Retimo, and after being absorbed by the Diocese of Ario in 1551, renamed Retimo–Ario. Captured by the Ottoman Empire in 1646 during the Cretan War, the Ottomans ruled Rethymno for almost three c... [More information]
2 weekly sailings - Duration: 4 hours 55 minutes
Ship: CHAMPION JET 2