Ferries to ZAKYNTHOS

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Zakynthos has sea routes with Kyllini (Greece) and Bari and Brindisi (Italy). The ferry lines to Zakynthos are served by the maritime company Levante Ferries Group who have 50 weekly sailings available with travel times not exceeding 1 hr 15 min with very frequent daily boarding. You can also get to your destination with your car because ferries that operate on this crossing allow vehicles.

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Zante is a Greek island in the Ionian archipelago, located in the Ionian Sea near Peloponnese. History The poet Ugo Foscolo was born in Zante and he dedicated the sonnet "A Zacinto" to the island. Zante has a dramatic history, from the ancient and bloody battles between Spartans and Athenians to the devastating earthquake of 1953 that devastated the island.  Zante and the surrounding marine reserve  The city of Zakynthos (Chora in Greek) is the capital of the island and is its largest port. There are ships in continuous service here with continuous sea connections with Kyllini. ... [More information]


50 weekly sailings

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Are you looking for a ferry to ZAKYNTHOS?

Which ports are connected with ZAKYNTHOS?

ZAKYNTHOS is connected Kyllini (Greece) and Bari and Brindisi (Italy).

Which ferry operators provide services to ZAKYNTHOS?

Levante Ferries Group operate services to ZAKYNTHOS.

Where is ZAKYNTHOS port?

ZAKYNTHOS is located on Lomvardou, Zakinthos 291 00, Greece. For more directions to the port, click here Google Map @ Zakynthos, port

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