Santorini Port

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Santorini Ferry Port, Welcome

Essential Information: If you are looking for a private or shuttle transfer in Santorini, please visit http://www.santorinitransport.com, a licensed company with professional drivers that serves santorini port.

The main port of the Island, also called Athinios, serving passenger ferries and cargo. It is here at Athinios port that all the ferry boats arrive from the other ports of Greece. The port code is ATI and there is only one passenger terminal building. Port Authority recommends reservation holders arrive 45 minutes prior to departure to ensure timely processing and boarding.

Most of the time taxi drivers are waiting for arriving passengers at the ferry port, but during high season  it may be difficult to find one available. Tourists can also use the public  bus or pre book a shuttle bus or a private transfer with an independent company to reach their hotel or airport.

Santorini island has 2 ports. If you are a cruise traveler click here to visit cruise port travel guide. 


Santorini island has ferry connections with the following ports, Piraeus port (Athens), Ios, Naxos, Paros, Crete, Mykonos, Tinos, Syros Rhodes, Anafi, Chalki, Diafani, Folegrandos, Karpathos, Kos, Kasos, Katapola, Kea, Kimolos, Koufonissi, Kythnos, Lavrio, Milos, Serifos, Sifnos, Sikinos, Thirassia.

The port Athinios has 3 ramps where the ferryboats can lay up and 3 points for the tankers. A switchback road leading you to the main street of the island.

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