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The reason why Greek island ferries are so popular

Greek islands are one of the most popular European destinations for tourists. Because of the range of choice of islands and excellent ferry services, many ferry travelers have unforgettable experiences. So if you are a traveler who is looking for ways to spend more time enjoying Greece and less time and money on traveling, Greek island ferries are excellent choices for you. Just think about it. You are visiting a country with the largest number of islands and many Greek island ferries ready to take you to these exotic islands. So why wouldn't you take a ferry cruise to these islands when that's the most obvious choice? On a cruise you get an attractive package of visiting more islands, spend less time traveling, and also reduce the traveling cost.

Each island is unique and has its own cuisine which will definitely delight your taste bud. Furthermore, you will get more time to relax in each of the gorgeous beaches along with living the exciting nightlife in these islands.

You may be looking for the best Greek island ferry deal for Greek island hopping to exquisite locations like Santorini, Mykonos, Rhodes, and many other locations, or you may be a first time traveler to Greece with no idea which ferry routes or ferry company to choose. Let's make things easier for you.

To start with there are many great ferry companies like the Hellenic Seaways, Blue Star Ferries , Superfast Ferries, Anek Lines, Aegean Speed Lines, Minoan, and others who offer you a ferry bonanza to great islands like Crete, Santorini, and Corfu. They may also include lesser known but equally idyllic islands like Nisyros, Koufonissi, Tilos, Donoussa, or Symi. Whatever are the ports you get to visit, you will never be disappointed with them nor the Greek island ferries.

Islands the Greek island ferries will take you to

Cyclades: Cyclades islands have regular ferry services with Naxos and Paros being the main hubs. The most visited islands in Cyclades are the Mykonos, Tinos, Syros, Andros,Kithnos, Kea, Sifnos, Serifos, Milos, Los, Sikinos, Amorgos, Folegandros, and Santorini.

Dodecanese: These islands have a lot of historical relevance and good ferry connections. Rhodes, Halki, Tilos, Karpathos, Nisyros, Kos, Symi,Leros, Kalymnos, Astypalea, Leros, Patmos, and Lipsi. Some adventurous tourists also take regular trips to Turkey as there are many islands few kilometers away from the Turkish mainland.

Sporades: This island group is the smallest of all. Three of these islands are near to each other and can be easily reached by hydrofoils. kiathos is the most popular in this group and is loved for its sandy beaches on the south coast. But if you are talking about beauty, alhough Skopelos and Alonissos do not have beaches, they also have magnificent views of the sea.

Ioanian : This island is closer to the UK. Paxos, Corfu, Lefkas, Meganissi, Kefalonia, Ithaca, and Zante have Greek island ferries moving to and fro.

North Aegean: You will require few hours to sail between the islands in this group as they are spread out. Chios, Limnos, Thassos, Ikaria, Lesvos, and Samos are the islands you have regular ferry services and Samos is the most southern island that also has regular Greek island ferries sailing to Turkey.


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