The Andros ferry port is located in the town of Gavrio, which is the main port town on the island of Andros, Greece.
Rafina port is the second largest port of Athens, and has ferry connections to some of the Cycladic Greek Islands such as Andros, Tinos and Mykonos.
The Glossa Skopelos ferry port is the second largest seaport on the island of Skopelos in Greece.
Agnontas ferry port in Skopelos is classed as a ‘back up’ port. In case of strong winds, ferries bound for other ports on Skopelos may dock here instead as it is more sheltered.
There’s only one ferry port in Skiathos island, and it is located in Skiathos town. There are regular ferry connections from Skiathos ferry port to mainland Greece as well as Greek islands in the Sporades.
The Greek island of Skopelos has three ferry ports, so it’s important to know which one you are arriving or departing from when traveling by ferry!
If you’re planning a trip in the Sporades islands of Greece it’s useful to know the ferry ports on each island. This guide lists all the passenger ferry ports in the Northern Sporades islands.
The ferry port of Volos has ferry connections with the Sporades islands of Greece such as Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonissos.
Alonissos ferry port is located on the waterfront in the town of Patitiri. Here’s everything you need to know about the port of Alonissos in Greece.
The main ferry port on Milos island is Adamas, located on the west coast of the island in a sheltered bay area.