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Find all the information for your ferry from Patmos to Nisyros with Dodecanese Islands ferry booking service by NetFerry. On these pages you can find out the arrival and departing times, prices and ferry operators that serve thecrossings to Nisyros departing from Patmos.
The Patmos Nisyros line is covered by the maritime operator Blue Star Ferries who operate one connection per week with mainly evening departures and traveling times shorter than 4 hr 55 min. Ferries on this route can transport both foot passengers and vehicles. All ships are equipped with passenger services and cabin crew who are ready to assist you.
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PATMOS NISYROS offers
Discounts on ferries within Greece
Passengers with tickets for routes between Italy or Greece with Anek Superfast receive a 30% discount on onward tickets to the Cyclades, Dodecanese, Crete and the Northeast Aegean islands with Blue Star Ferries.
Children under 5 travel free
Children under 5 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 10
Children aged between 5 and 10 receive a 50% discount, including fees.
Port of PATMOS
The port of Patmos is located in Skala, on the east coast of the island. Being a small island, the port is of modest size, offering anchorage to passenger ferries from the neighboring islands in the Dodecanese archipelago. The port of Skala originates from the 1600s and was built as a defensive structure, which today welcomes tourists arriving by boat. The port is about five kilometers from the island's capital, Chora and there are bus connections from the port to some places on the island. Departures can be sporadic, but they allow you to get from the port to Chora, Grikos and from Skala to K... [More information]
Address: Skala, Patmos, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Patmos, 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]
1 weekly sailing - Duration: 4 hours 55 minutes
Ship: NISSOS CHIOS
❯ CHALKI to NISYROS ferry
❯ KALYMNOS to NISYROS ferry
❯ KASTELORIZO to NISYROS ferry
❯ KOS to NISYROS ferry
❯ LEROS to NISYROS ferry
❯ LIPSI to NISYROS ferry
❯ RHODES to NISYROS ferry
❯ SYMI to NISYROS ferry
❯ TILOS to NISYROS ferry
❯ PATMOS to AGIA MARINA (LEROS) ferry
❯ PATMOS to ARKYI ferry
❯ PATMOS to KALYMNOS ferry
❯ PATMOS to KARPATHOS ferry
❯ PATMOS to KASOS ferry
❯ PATMOS to KASTELORIZO ferry
❯ PATMOS to KOS ferry
❯ PATMOS to LEROS ferry
❯ PATMOS to LIPSI ferry
❯ PATMOS to PANORMITIS (SYMI) ferry
❯ PATMOS to RHODES ferry
❯ PATMOS to SYMI ferry
❯ PATMOS to TILOS ferry