Passengers traveling by ferry to Pisaetos disembark in a picturesque port, one of the three main ports on the small island of Ithaca!
It is located 7 km southwest of Vathy, the island’s capital and serves most ferry routes to Ithaca. Upon arriving, the visitor will notice the beauty of the lush green area and the crystal clear waters that surround it.
When traveling to the destination Pisaetos travelers arrive at a port on Ulysses’s island. Pisaetos is a small secluded beach at a small distance from the capital Vathy, where one can enjoy sunbathing and swimming in an unspoiled and naturally beautiful environment. The tranquility and peacefulness of both Pisaetos and the rest of the island ensure that visitors will spend relaxing holidays away from mass tourism. Due to its location, which is very close to Kefalonia and not very far from Lefkada, visitors can take a ferry from Pisaetos for island hopping. Between Pisaetos and Brosta Aetos, there is a spot where King Ulysses’s castle is supposed to have been standing, which is strategically understandable, as from that spot one can see the blue waters of the Ionian either looking to the East or to the West. It is said that in Ithaca you can dive into the black waters of the sea at night and swim in the moonlight or you can spend the whole day at a beach without meeting another human being enjoying total tranquility. If you decide to visit Vathy, you can enjoy delicious seafood and other specialties in one of the many seaside restaurants or sip your drink to the rhythm of the night.
Pisaetos is one of the ports on the island that serves ferry routes from Kefalonia, Lefkada and Astakos. The ferry connection between the mainland and Ithaca is made via the ports of Patras and Astakos and the journey takes between two and a half to four hours with a stopover in Sami Kefalonia. During the summer months, ferry routes Pisaetos are increased, connecting the port with Fiscardo Kefalonia and Nydri Lefkada.