Ferry to Katapola
Passengers traveling with the ferry to Katapola will cross over to the main port of the island of Amorgos!
Traveling to the Destination of Katapola
It consists of 3 settlements, Katapola, Rachidi and Xylokeratidi. They are located in the center of the island at a close bay, forming a sheltered harbor. Katapola comes from the Greek word “Kato Poli” which means down town. Hotels, apartments and a camping site offer accommodation for all kinds of tourists.
Take a ferry to Katapola and enjoy a swim in its beautiful beaches along the bay. Behind the port is a 255-meter high hill, where the Acropolis of Ancient Minoan used to be. The excavations are of great interest and it’s a place worth visiting. The narrow streets leading to the interior of the settlement are full of tourist and commercial shops. The old fountain of Katapola with its white washed stones and Panagia Katapoliani are of great interest for the visitor. One from the port can enjoy a beautiful walk to the fishing village of Xylokeratidi. There you find a large number of coffee shops, bars, restaurants and rooms to let along its coastal road. The island is famous for its marked footpaths, which cover the whole island so before taking a ferry from Katapola walk around them and enjoy the natural beauty of the island.
Katapola is occupied by 134 inhabitants. Katapola ferry timetables include Katapola ferry routes which depart from Piraeus as well as from other Cycladic islands and from the Dodecanese. During high season Katapola can also be reached with faster speed boats the so called Catamarans.
Schedules & Prices Katapola
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