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Are you trying to find out how to get to Nisyros? Find the best ferry from Piraeus to Nisyros using our Dodecanese Islands ferry booking system. Our pages give you all of the information for your trip to Nisyros from Piraeus including crossing prices, schedules and duration.
The Piraeus Nisyros ferry line is served by Blue Star Ferries only who operate 2 connections per week with primarily afternoon departures and traveling times shorter than 13 hr 30 min. This line allows you to transport cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks - when boarding, simply follow the instructions at the departure port. In order to provide optimum passenger comfort, each ship is equipped with food shops, an information centre and accommodation suitable for all needs (according to availability).
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Port of PIRAEUS
The port of Piraeus is located just 12 km south of the center of Athens and is its main port. Historically this port was the starting point for many naval expeditions and the Athenian navy fleet was also based here. Over the centuries, with the decline of Athens the port of Piraeus also declined and then resumed some activities in the nineteenth century. Today, Piraeus is the largest port in Europe in terms of commercial traffic and every year it is a stopover for about 20 thousand passengers. Piraeus covers the routes to the major Greek islands, including the Cicaldi, the Dodecanese archipela... [More information]
Address: Platia Karaiskaki
Directions: Google Map @ Piraeus, 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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