Patmos to Greece Ferry
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There are currently 2 ferry routes connecting Patmos and Greece, with services from Patmos to Kavala and Piraeus. On average, there are a combined number of 9 crossings per week between Patmos and Greece, which are operated by Blue Star Ferries. The shortest crossing between Patmos and Greece is to Kavala with Hellenic Seaways and takes around 1 hour 10 minutes, while the longest crossing is to Piraeus with Blue Star Ferries and takes approximately 9 hours 55 minutes.
The above information is a basic summary on the services between Patmos and Greece. We recommend using our Ferry Search to find live ferry information and the latest prices.
The historic island of Patmos is the northernmost island of the Dodecanese. The island's historic centre (Chora), the Monastery of St. John the Theologian and the Cave of the Apocalypse are all World Heritage sites. It is thought St. John received the visions that form the Book of Revelations in the Cave of the Apocalypse. In church tradition, St John was imprisoned on the island of Patmos and it was supposedly from Patmos that he wrote his famous (and quite trippy) Revelation of St John. This was one of the most controversial books to appear in the Bible and it was several centuries before it was recognised as being inspired by all the different churches.
Greece is a popular tourist destination that boasts beautiful beaches, picturesque traditional villages, stunning landscapes and numerous sites of historical and archaeological interest.
Visit the Acropolis of Athens, the Minoan Palace of Knossos in Crete or the ancient monasteries of Meteora. Experience true cosmopolitan life in Athens or Thessaloniki, or explore the forests and coastal walks of one of the many Greek islands.
There are more beautiful and historic sites in Greece than it is possible to list. Special mention should of course be given to the Parthenon, the largest temple in Athens which is known the world over for its columns. Entry to here, and many other historic sites in Greece, is free to students of EU universities.