Ferry to Chalki
Passengers traveling by ferry to Chalki are taken to a small Greek paradise in the Aegean Archipelagos!
You reach the port of Nimporio which is also the only village on the whole island built amphitheatrically above the sea. Colorful traditional houses with tiled roofs and stone-paved alleys are the main characteristic of the village. There you will also see Saint Nikolas Church stone clock tower which is considered to be the highest in the Dodecanese islands.
Pontamos is the most famous beach of the island with rich white sand only a ten minutes’ walk from the port. Kania, Giali, Ftenagia and Areta are pebbly beaches some of them reached by foot and others by small boats. Tourists traveling to the destination Chalki can also visit the ruins of Horio the old capital of Chalki standing on a hill above the port. From there you can take a path that leads to the Castle of the Knights and admire the fascinating view of Karpathio Pelagos. Many festivals take place during the summer month on the island with the feast of St. John celebrated on the 29th of August being the most famous one. When taking a ferry from Chalki memories of the friendly and kind locals will be with you forever.
Chalki has a surface area of 28 square kilometers is very close to Rhodes island and has a population of 300 people. Ferry routes Chalki are available from the port of Piraeus, and most of the Dodecanese islands. Please look over the Chalki ferry timetable for specific ferry routes information.
Ferry Port Chalki
Forthcoming information advice on how to get to the ferry port Chalki by bus and taxi as well as its geographical location.
How to get to Chalki Port
Get to Chalki port by bus and taxi.
There is a public bus transfer service with daily connections to and from the Chalki port.
A taxi transfer, as well as a sea taxi service, are also available on the island.
Schedules & Prices Chalki
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