Kallisti

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Oia 847 02, Greece
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ferry to santorini

by miklik

anyone know if there is a cnnection to naxos or santorini?
also, how long is it from pirues to samos?
could i get an overnight, with a cabin?
thanks,
m.

Re: ferry to santorini

by Durfun

Hi, You can travel from Naxos to Santorini, no probs.

However hope you're thinking of April onwards.. no ferries in this season :-(

Re: ferry to santorini

by leics

You will find routes, times and booking info on

http://www.ferries.gr/

and

http://www.greekferries.gr/

Re: ferry to santorini

by brotherleelove

The ferry between Naxos and Santorini is NOT seasonal. It is a daily ferry all year long.

You didn't mention when you plan to travel. Once ferry schedules have become "official" you can see them all here: http://www.gtp.gr

If you're planning to go soon there is no overnight ferry. The only one leaves Piraeus at Noon, at least 4-5 days/week.

Re: ferry to santorini

by angiebabe

Hi, I caught an overnight ferry for only about 30 euro with shared cabin - but shower and everything - from Piraeus leaving about 1030 or 11pm arriving Mykonos about 530 am or 6am, then about 230pm (so I had time to walk around quite a bit of Mykonos and take a ferry for a couple of hours out to the island of Delos) caught a ferry that stopped at several islands on our way to Santorini - Im pretty sure that one of the islands it stopped to drop off and pick up passengers was Naxos and perhaps Samos also - it was 2 and a half years ago....

but it was a good trip and good to see that there are so many connections around all the islands and very convenient once its season for them to run normally again

theres a phone number in Athens that is very helpful for finding out timetables - as its quite a job with departures from 2 different ports and different ferry companies and so many directions and linkings of islands to choose from - but most helpful was the agency I ended up at at the Piraeus port - and getting better information plus being able to book tickets with them, and pick up hotel deals and good suggestions

Re: ferry to santorini

by brotherleelove

Although it's not perfect, this route map might come in handy.

http://www.greeceathensaegeaninfo.com/ferry-info-greece/greek-islands-ferry-chart.htm

Re: ferry to santorini

by Ouzone

There is a regular ferry from Samos to Piraeus which currently calls in to Mykonos/Syros, and from Syros/Mykonos another ferry to Naxos/Santorini.
Timing varies each year but you may get a cabin, but you will only be on the ferry for a few hours from Samos to Mykonos so doubt you'll need one.

For all your Greek ferry questions get a copy of 'Greek Island Hopping' pub by T.Cook all what you are asking is in there.

Travel Tips for Samos

The Waterfalls of Potami

by Jannice48

Potami known as one of the most beautiful areas of Samos is located 3 kilometres west of the second largest town Karlovassi. After walking about 2km along the river and through a forest you come upon a small lake where you can swim to the waterfalls. For those of you who can't swim you can get to the waterfalls by climbing many steps which take you up and around to get a glimpse of the Falls and you can also climb down a rope into the river and make your way back.

Kokkari, beaches, bars and mountains

by vtveen

Kokkari is located on the north coast of Samos, about 10 km’s west of Vathy.
It lies on a peninsula with the houses, shops, hotels and apartment buildings of the village, which has about 1000 inhabitants (in the summer most probably many times larger with guests). It once was a fishermen village, but has developed into an important tourist resort.

Just opposite the beautiful church it has a small pedestrian area with some shops and towards the two picturesque harbours a lot of bars, cafés and restaurants. During our visit in May they were waiting for guests, but it already had its charm.

On one side of the peninsula is the so called Long Beach, a pebble beach lined with bars and cafés; nice for some swimming, windsurfing, sunbathing or just having a drink in the Greek sun.
Kokkari is also a very good starting point for walks into the green hills of Samos. There are many paths and trails leading to one of the mountain villages or monasteries on the slopes of the Ambelos Mountain.

Kokkari is ‘well known’ for its cats, which are walking and sleeping almost everywhere in town. Cute to see when they are playing together, but rather annoying when they are begging for food when we were having dinner.

The combination of beaches, mountains and its more or less authentic charm makes Kokkari a pleasant town for a stay on Samos.

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