Ferry to Zakynthos

Passengers traveling by ferry to Zakynthos arrive at what the Venetians call “the Blossom of the Orient”!

The naming, of course, does not only refer to the landscape full of flowers but also to literature and arts in general which shaped the romantic image of the island. Several significant Greek poets like Dionysios Solomos and Andreas Kalvos were born on the island. Despite the flourishing of painting in the 17th century and the foundation of the school of Zakynthos, music still holds the first place in the hearts of the people of Zakynthos. Zakynthian Kantada (local type of song) is still being sung all over the island.

Tourists travelling to the destination Zakynthos have plenty to see. Many sights are waiting for visitors to be admired. The Solomos square, the Byzantine Museum, the Agios Markos square and many churches like Agios Nikolaos tou Molou, Agios Dionysios, Agios Markos and Agios Georgios are only some of the sights worth seeing. The enormous earthquake in 1953 unfortunately destroyed major parts of the island but luckily, the sights mentioned above were spared from the catastrophe. Before their departure with ferries from Zakynthos, visitors should, however, have experienced the wonderful beaches and the crystal clear waters that surround the island.

Zakynthos covers an area of 402 square kilometres and has a coastline of 123 km. Approximately 30,000 people live on the island. Most of them are farmers or work in tourism. Ferry routes Zakynthos start from Kyllini on the Peloponnese peninsula. Tourists can travel to Kyllini by bus or by train. During the summer months, tourists have the opportunity to take a boat ride from Zakynthos to Kefalonia Island. That is easy because the distance to Kefalonia is only 8 nautical miles. The distance between Zakynthos and Kyllini is 10 nautical miles. For more detailed route information please check the Zakynthos ferry timetable through isFerry’s real-time booking engine.

Ferry Port Zakynthos

Forthcoming information advice on how to get to the ferry port Zakynthos by bus and taxi as well as its geographical location.

How to get to Zakynthos Port

Get to Zakynthos port by bus and taxi.

Bus

There is a public bus transfer service with daily connections to and from Zakynthos port. For more information, please visit the Zakynthos Bus Transfer Website or call +30 26950 22255, +30 26950 42656.

Taxi

In order to schedule a taxi transfer, please visit the Zakynthos Taxi Transfer Website or call +30 26950 48400.

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