Ferries to ASTAKOS

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Astakos has a sea link with Pisaetos/Ithaka and Sami/Kefalonia (Ionian Islands). The ferry routes beetween # :destFrom and Astakos are covered by the operator Ionion Pelagos who carry out 32 trips per week with frequent, all day boardings and crossing times ranging between 2 hr 20 min and 3 hr 05 min. Ferry companies working on this crossing have ships available that are suitable for cars, motorbikes, campers and trucks.

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Guide of ASTAKOS

Astakos is a small fishing town on the western coast of mainland Greece. The mainland region of Aetoloacarnania and the Ionian Islands. Often used as a less busy and cheaper alternative to Piraeus, the word Astakos also means lobster in Greek!

A brief history of Astakos

During the Ottoman period, between the 16th century until the Greek War of Independence, Astakos is in a region that was formerly called Karleli and formed the province (sanjak) in the Rumelia Eyalet. Today the region is named Aetolia-Acarnania, built after the Greek War of Independence in the late-1820s. ... [More information]

FERRY OPERATORS

IONION PELAGOS
32 weekly sailings

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
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Which ports are connected with ASTAKOS?

ASTAKOS is connected Pisaetos/Ithaka and Sami/Kefalonia (Ionian Islands).

Which ferry operators provide services to ASTAKOS?

Ionion Pelagos operate services to ASTAKOS.

Where is ASTAKOS port?

ASTAKOS is located on Paraliaki, port, Astakou, Greece. For more directions to the port, click here Google Map @ Astakos, port

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