Kyllini to the Ionian Islands Ferry
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There are currently 3 ferry routes connecting Kyllini and the Ionian Islands, with services from Kyllini to Argostoli, Poros and Zante. On average, there are a combined number of 18 crossings each day between Kyllini and the Ionian Islands, which are operated by Kefalonian Lines and Levante Ferries. The shortest crossing is to Zante and takes around 1 hour, while the longest crossing is to Sami and takes approximately 2 hours 30 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Kyllini and the Ionian Islands. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
Kyllini is the gateway to mainland Greece for Zakynthos and Cefalonia, however it is a destination of it's own, with plenty to do for both tourists and locals. The once small port has been developed in recent years to become a large and industrious link between the Ionian Islands and mainland Greece.
Kyllini is blessed with 11km of white sandy beaches, and traditionally Greek hills of olive trees. The clear waters of the Ionian Sea make for a perfect day out of sun bathing and swimming.
Whether you want to relax on the beach, try the locally grown fruit and vegetables or enjoy a relaxing swim in clear waters you can do it all and more in Kyllini.
About the Ionian Islands
The Ionian Islands are situated off the west coast of Greece, and comprise the islands of Kefalonia, Kythira, Corfu, Zakynthos (Zante), Lefkada, Paxi and Ithaka. These beautiful Greek Islands have a rich and colourful history. The past occupation of the British and the French has given the islands a distinct feel that is quite different to the other Greek archipelagos.
The islands are famed for their clear blue waters, long beautiful sandy beaches enclosed by cliffs, quaint villages and a stunning countryside. Each Ionian island has it's very own unique charm and between them, they have everything you could possibly want from a holiday in the Greek islands. Why not try island hopping to capture the essence of each island?