How to get to Porto Heli?

Travel to Porto Heli, Greece: Porto Heli is a wonderful seaside location in Peloponnese. On this page, you will find out in which ways you can reach and explore this wonderful destination!
Don't forget to get informed about the local transportation options you have, in order to organize your transfer to your hotel and explore Porto Heli easily!

Ferries to Porto Heli

There are ferries to Porto Heli from Piraeus, the main port of Athens. These ferries depart frequently, about 4-5 times per day, and also connect Porto Heli with other destinations in the Saronic Gulf, such as Poros, Spetses, Hydra, and Ermioni. The ferry trip from Piraeus to Porto Heli lasts about 2 hours. These ferries are hydrofoils, which means that they are speed boats that take only passengers, no cars are allowed to board the ferry. If you are in Spetses island and want to go to the opposite coast where is Porto Heli, you can also take the local boat that operates this route. There are local boats from Spetses to Porto Heli or Costa (a small port 4 km from Porto Heli) and itineraries depart every 30 min.
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There are frequent daily buses from Athens to Porto Heli via the towns of Nafplion and Kranidi. There is no direct bus from Athens to Porto Heli but the transfer has to be done via Kranidi or Nafplion. Buses to Porto Heli depart from Kifissos KTEL Bus Station in Athens. It takes about 3 hours to reach Kranidi and then you need 30 min from Kranidi to Porto Heli.


In order to reach Porto Heli, you need to drive through the Greek National Road Athens - Corinth and after the Corinth Canal you have to follow the route with direction to Epidaurus. From this point, you will spot the signs that lead you to Porto Heli through Kranidi.
In case you don't have your own vehicle, it is an excellent idea to hire one for your sightseeing trips!
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Flights near Porto Heli

Porto Heli does not have an airport. The nearest airport is the International Airport of Athens that receives domestic and international flights all year round. From the airport of Athens, visitors can go to the port of Piraeus and take the ferry to Porto Heli, which runs about 4-5 times per day. Alternatively, visitors can go to Porto Heli by bus from Kifissos KTEL Station in Athens. This bus does not go to Porto Heli directly but via Nafplion or Kranidi, two large towns in Argolida.



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