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The route connecting Santorini and Piraeus is operated by the sailing companies Aegeon Pelagos, Blue Star Ferries, Golden Star Ferries, Sea Jets and Zante Ferries who have more than 56 sailings per week with all day departures and crossing times shorter than 12 hr 20 min. On this route, you decide whether you prefer travelling with your vehicle or faster as a foot passenger by hydrofoil provided by Sea Jets. 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 THIRA (SANTORINI)
The main port on Santorini is Athinios and it has only one passenger terminal. The port connects the island with Piraeus and other Greek islands. The port is about 19 km from Oia, 9 km from Fira and about 9 km from Akrotiri. The port area of Athinios is a bit isolated because it is located at the foot of a cliff on the coast, however there are bars and cafés. The port is well served by bus lines that lead to various locations on the island in case you do not want to take the taxi or don't have a car. Santorini Airport is about 8km from Athinios port and can be reached by bus. The line... [More information]
Address: Órmos Athiniós, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Thira (Santorini), port
Guide of PIRAEUS
Piraeus is the historic port of Athens and is located in the Saronic Gulf and is one of the world's largest passenger transport ports. It was expanded and modernized for the Olympics in 2004 making it a major transport hub not only in the Aegean, throughout the Mediterranean. The commercial activities have been moved to Keratsini, Ikonion and Aspopyrgos, making this the major port for ferries, ships and goods to the Greek islands. Piraeus has soap and sugar factories, distilleries, and shipyards and has become the industrial heartland of Greece, helping to redefine the landscape and boost Gree... [More information]
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