Ferry to Antikythira
Passengers traveling by ferry to Antikythira arrive at a place ideal for those seeking tranquility and relaxation!
Visitors traveling to the destination Antikythira arrive at a place ideal for those seeking tranquility and relaxation. The harbor with its few houses is located in Potamos where natural beauty is maintained throughout the years. There you will find a small number of shops serving as a tavern, a Minnie market, a cafeteria and even a post office. The warmth of the locals will make you feel like home and upon leaving you will feel as if you were born there.
Tourists can have free camping in one of the few places where it’s legal in Greece. If you intend to take a car or a motorcycle with you make sure your tank is full as there is no gas station available on the island. During the summer months, a large number of students, visit the island and take part in the excavations in its numerous archeological sites. Visitors who wish to take part in the work are also welcomed. Potamos, Xeropotamos and Kamarela are the 3 available beaches of the island. Kamarela is a little more difficult to reach as it’s a 30 minutes’ walk from Potamos and has a specific path that you must follow.
Ferry routes Antikythira are connected through the ports of Piraeus, Gythio Lakonias, Kythira, Neapolis Laconia and Kastelli Kissamos in Crete.
Ferry Port Antikythira
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How to get to Antikythira Port
Antikythira is a very small island excluded from mass tourism and without a developed touristic infrastructure. In order to get ground services information, please visit our web page Ferry to Kythira.
Schedules & Prices Antikythira
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