Ferry to Kythira

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Important note: Schedules for summer routes of some companies are officially announced around March.

The normal ferry to Kythira departs from Neapolis in southern Peloponnese 2-3 times per day. The trip takes about 2 hours and arrives at the port of Diakofti in Kythira. There is also a ferry to Kythira from Gythio in Peloponnese and Kissamos in western Crete in summer.

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Over the last summers, there is also a direct ferry to Kythira from Piraeus port, the main port of Athens, once per week. This ferry follows the route from Piraeus to Monemvasia, Kythira and Kissamos Crete.
From Kythira, you can go to Antikythira island, if you take the boat from Diakofti. The ride takes about 2 hours.

For more information about ferry companies to Kythira, vessels types and ports of departures, view our ferries main page.

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