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Piraeus Routes

Book a ferry to Piraeus with AFerry. You can use Piraeus to take ferries around Greece and also to Crete, the Cyclades, the Dodecanese Islands, the North Aegean Islands and the Saronic Islands. Domestic services in Greece are available from Piraeus to Katapola and Porto Heli while ferries away from Greece sail to 35 ferry ports:

  • Aegiali
  • Aegina
  • Agistri
  • Anafi
  • Astypalea
  • Chania
  • Donoussa
  • Evdilos
  • Folegandros
  • Heraklion
  • Hydra
  • Ios
  • Iraklia
  • Karlovassi
  • Kimolos
  • Kos
  • Koufonissi
  • Kythnos
  • Leros
  • Milos
  • Mykonos
  • Mytilene
  • Naxos
  • Paros
  • Patmos
  • Poros
  • Rhodes
  • Santorini
  • Schinoussa
  • Serifos
  • Sifnos
  • Sikinos
  • Spetses
  • Syros
  • Tinos
You can take a ferry to Piraeus from35 ferry ports:
  • Aegiali
  • Aegina
  • Agistri
  • Anafi
  • Astypalea
  • Chania
  • Donoussa
  • Evdilos
  • Folegandros
  • Heraklion
  • Hydra
  • Ios
  • Iraklia
  • Karlovassi
  • Kimolos
  • Kos
  • Koufonissi
  • Kythnos
  • Leros
  • Milos
  • Mykonos
  • Mytilene
  • Naxos
  • Paros
  • Patmos
  • Poros
  • Rhodes
  • Santorini
  • Schinoussa
  • Serifos
  • Sifnos
  • Sikinos
  • Spetses
  • Syros
  • Tinos

Piraeus Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Piraeus are operated by 9 ferry companies:

  • Aegean Speed Lines
  • Aegeon Pelagos
  • ANEK Superfast
  • ANES Ferries
  • Blue Star Ferries
  • Hellenic Seaways
  • Minoan Lines
  • Sea Jets
  • Zante Ferries

Because 9 ferry companies operate in and out of Piraeus, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Piraeus, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.

Ferries with Aegean Speed Lines and other companies operating to and from Piraeus are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Piraeus will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Latest prices

Route Price Fare Details
Mykonos - Piraeus
(Sea Jets)
£103
  • Booked: Saturday, 7 December 2019
  • Travel: Thursday, 17 September 2020 (One Way)
  • 2 Adults (Foot passenger)

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About Piraeus

Piraeus (also sometimes called Pireas) has been the port of Athens since ancient times and is the central hub connecting mainland Greece to the Greek Islands. Piraeus has been inhabited for over 4000 years and has seen history come and ago, including the incredible Ancient Greek Empire.

Book your ferry to the idyllic Greek islands from Athens' major port simply and securely with AFerry. You can compare and find the cheapest ferry crossings available from Piraeus with our easy to use booking form. Below, you can find all the Piraeus ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.

Ferries to and from Piraeus Athens

Aegean Speed Lines ferries travel daily from Piraeus to the Cyclades islands of Serifos, Sifnos, Milos, Kimolos, Folegandros, Tinos, Paros, Naxos, Ios and the world-famous Santorini and Mykonos. You will find Aegean Speed Lines modern air-conditioned fleet of high speed vessels offer a wide range of onboard facilities. You can choose either Business or Economy Class seating and their ships come with coffee and snack bars, shops and internet access.

Anek and Superfast have combined to form a fleet fleet of 15 magnificent modern air-conditioned ships all offer a full range of facilities on board. You can choose from a range of inner or outer ship cabins with two, three or four beds and on Anek Superfast Italy-Greece routes you can even choose a deluxe cabins featuring a sitting room and TV and Internet access. Now you can also book the value for money 'Camping Onboard' service with AFerry.

ANES Ferries operates a fleet of two vessels, the Proteus and the Ag. Nektarios. Each ship has a full range of indoor and outdoor seating and lounges, and a range of snacks and refreshments are available on board.

Blue Star Ferries is one of the largest ferry companies serving Greece. From Piraeus, Blue Star Ferries go to some of the most important Greek Islands including Rhodes, Santorini, Mykonos, Naxos, Koblues, Ios and many others. Blue Star Ferries' modern air-conditioned ships offer a full range of onboard facilities. Facilities include internet access, a wide range of seating options and cabins, full service restaurants and shops. Many Blue Star Ferries now also feature Goody's fast food restaurants providing quick meals and snacks perfect for kids and adults alike.

Hellenic Seaways is one the largest and most well known of the Greek ferry companies. As well as conventional ferries, the company also operates catamaran type vessels and fast ferries which can sometimes be up to 50% faster than other companies with conventional ferries. This means that you can island-hop and have even more time to enjoy your destination. Their ferries are modern and offer a full range of facilities on board.

Minoan Lines ferries is a leading Greek ferry company that has been in operation for almost 40 years. Their fleet of six ultra-modern air-conditioned ships feature a complete range of on board facilities. These include full and self service restaurants, internet access rooms and shops. On some ships you may also find a summer time swimming pool, bar, disco and even a gym. Of course, all their ferries offer a wide range of seating and cabins and, if required, they even provide room service.

Saronic Ferries runs a fleet of four ships; the Phivos, Archaeos, Apollon Hellas and Poseidon Hellas. Each ship is equipped with comfortable lounges, bars serving hot and cold drinks and snacks, and plenty of open deck space to experience the magnificent views of the Greek islands and the beautiful ocean.

Zante Ferries operates three conventional ferries, all fully equipped with modern facilities. Relax in the bar, take in the sights out on deck or simply rest in the airline style seats.

Piraeus port facilities

The port of Piraeus offers every concievable facility, from shops and restaurants to air conditioned departure lounges, walkways and wi-fi coverage of the whole port.

Getting to Piraeus

Athens' Metro 1 terminates at the port and offers a convenient way of getting in and out of the city. There are also frequent buses. You can buy a ticket for a Euro that is valid for all connecting services for a ninety minute period. There are free shuttle buses within the port itself.

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Port Addresses

ANEK Superfast

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

ANES Ferries

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Aegeon Pelagos

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Aegean Speed Lines

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Blue Star Ferries

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Blue Star Ferries

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Hellenic Seaways

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Sea Jets

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Saronic Ferries

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Zante Ferries

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Minoan Lines

Limani Peiraia, 18531 Peiraias, Greece

Reviews

  • 06 Oct 2019
    Very smooth crossing.....
    • I have to say I was pleasantly surprised that there was no 'swaying' movement from the boat. Bunks were surprisingly comfortable, all in all a good trip

      Review by JOANNE CURTIS

  • 27 Sep 2019
    Naxos to Piraeus with Blue Star Ferries
    • No complaints. Very good service with friendly staff.

      Review by MARK SCOTT MILES

  • 05 Jul 2018
    Excellent service
    • Really enjoyed the speedrunner. Cool and quick. Nice weather so calm waters. Everything lovely. Thanks so much.

      Review by Anon

  • 03 Jul 2018
    Sifnos to Piraeus
    • Good trip

      Review by Anon

  • 08 Nov 2017
    Milos to Piraeus ferry
    • The trip was very uncomfortable due to an air conditioner at the back of the boat that was blasting very cold air on the entire section of seats. A winter coat was required in order to stay warm. This lasted the entire 2.5 hour trip. They also need to do a better job of insuring that passengers go straight to their assigned seats. For us to get our seats, the staff had to evict some people that were taking our seats at first. This seems to be a routing problem, as there were many other passengers who experienced this. Otherwise the trip was smooth and fast.

      Review by JAMES PANWELL

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