Piraeus is the country's main port and starting point for the Aegean shipping network as well as the epicenter of Greek Shipping and the large Greek commercial fleet. Piraeus is the starting point for most routes towards the Greek islands


Rafina, 28 km from Athens, has successfully become the region's second largest port. The docks are only 15km distance (15min by Bus) from Athens International Airport. Daily fast connections are available from Rafina to the islands of Andros, Tinos, Mykonos and during the summer season, with the islands of Syros, Paros, Naxos, Ios and Santorini. 


The port of Lavrio serves commercial and passenger ships, yachts and cruise ships and is the starting point for routes that reach Kea, Kythnos, Syros, Agios Efstratios, Psara, Limnos and Chios


Patra, is the largest city of Peloponnese and main port for shipping routes that connect Italy and Greece. Daily routes to Ancona, Venice, Bari and Brindizi as well as regular ones to Kefalonia, Ithaki and Corfu begin from Patra.


Passenger routes connect Igoumenitsa to Patra, Corfu, Ancona, Bari and Venice. The completion of the Egnatia highway also substantially reduced travel time from Igoumenitsa to Thessaloniki and eastern Macedonia.


Kilini, on the westernmost cape of the Peloponnese is the connecting point between continental Greece and Zakynthos, Kefallonia and Ithaki. There are also thermal baths in the town of Kilini which make a great visit for people with arthritis and skin conditions. 


Volos, the third largest commercial Greek port is located in the Pagasitic gulf, roughly in the middle of the distance between Athens and Thessaloniki. Regular routes that reach the Sporades leave from Volos.


The port of Agios Constantinos has been named after the large church in the city. It is located in Fthiotida, 165 km north of Athens. Routes that reach Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonnisos start at Agios Constantinos.


The port of Kavala is one of the oldest ports of Greece. Nowadays it serves a great number of commercial ships as well as passenger ships that reach islands of the northern Aegean, Syros, Mykonos and Piraeus


Regular passenger routes to the Sporades complex, Skiahtos and Alonissos, as well as northern Aegean islands Chios, Limnos and Lesvos and Kalymnos, Kos and Rodos of the Dodecanese begin at the port of Thessaloniki.


The port of Alexandroupoli is the only large port in the Thraki region. It mostly serves cargo ships that travel towards eastern Europe. It also is the continental connecting point to Samothraki and some Aegean islands.


Hermioni is a coastal town in the region of Argolida. Their economy is based on tourism and that is why the hospitality packages offered are great. You may travel from Piraeus while there also are connection with Poros, Spetses and Hydra.


Gythio is a small town with great history in the southern region of Peloponnese. Ship routes that start at Gythio reach Kythira, Antikythira, Chania and Rethymno.


Neapoli is a small coastal town in southeastern Lakonia, known for its' port where routes to Kythira, Antikythira and Elafonisos begin.