THIRA PORT OF SANTORINI THIRA DEPARTURES FROM TO GREEK ISLANDS
Ferry tickets Delevery :
From The ticket sales Kiosk of the Ferry Company (located always oppossit the Ferry )
or you can choose to sent The ferry tickets to the andress you wish by courier post.
Everything You Need to Know About Booking Ferries to the Greek Islands Greek ferry information for travelers To Santorini
Thira port of Santorini Connected by Ferry with Piaraeus port Of Athens and Rafina port Athens. Santorini also connect with feeries with:
Anafi ,Chalki , Diafani Karpathos, Folegandros isand ,Heraklio Crete , Ios ,Karpathos ,Kassos ,Katapola Amorgos , Kimolos, Kos ,Koufonissia, Kythnos ,Milos , Mykonos , Naxos , Paros , Rethimno Crete , Rodos , Serifos , Sifnos , Sikinos , Sitia Crete , Syros and Tirasia .
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Santorini is the last of the Cyclades islands to the South. The closests islands are Ios, Folegandros, Sikinos to the North, Anafi and Amorgos to the East and Crete to the South.
We refer to it as one, but actually it is a complex of five islands. Santorini (Thira) is the main island and around it Thirasia and Aspronisi (parts of the ancient Stroggili) and the two volcanic islands Palea Kameni and Nea Kameni.
It was one island named Stroggili (circle in Greek) until about 1645 BC, when the volcano in the middle of the island erupted and Caldera was created. The two volcanic islands appeared much later from various eruptions starting from 157 BC until the last one in the 20th century (1950).
Many reasons made this island famous worldwide and more or less we all have seen a picture of it (it was that picture the travel agency used for Greece). There is a talk about the connection between Thira and mythical Atlantis. Also Jules Verne made Santorini famous with its books "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea" and "The mysterious island" where captain Nemo and his crew watch the volcano eruption. He was one of the visitors and scientists that came to Thira during the eruptions of 1866 - 1870 and wrote the well known book just after it. It is realy the mysterious island, the volcano rules, the caldera view is the most breathtaking one on the planet!
If you are after the caldera view have a look at Fira, Oia , Imerovigli , Firostefani Akrotiri .
For the best beaches check Perissa , Kamari , Perivolos , Vlihada and Red beach