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Ferries Thessaloniki

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Thessaloniki is the second-largest city in Greece and the capital of Macedonia. From the port of Thessaloniki it is possible to take a ferry to the Aegean islands, the Sporades, the Cyclades, and even Crete.

The Port of Thessaloniki supports the economy of the Greek city with its passenger and cargo traffic, providing year-round commercial and tourist traffic. It is divided into two areas, Pier 1 and Pier 2, both of which are dedicated to passenger and tourist ferry traffic.

The port area of Thessaloniki enjoys a good surveillance service and an excellent organizational plan of embarkation and disembarkation activities. The number of passengers who choose the convenience of ferries to Thessaloniki increases significantly during the summer holidays.

The port area of Thessaloniki is very close to the city center and can be easily reached by bus, taxi, or car.

Due to its geographical location, the port of Thessaloniki serves many ferry connections to Aegean islands such as Limnos, Chios, Samos, and Lesvos (Mytilene). There are also Sporades connections to Skopelos, Skiathos, and Alonissos

Other departures from the port of Thessaloniki are to Crete, Piraeus, and the Cyclades, specifically MykonosNaxos and Syros. The shipping company operating these services is Blue Star Ferries.

The area of Thessaloniki Ferry Port is close to the city center and allows ferry passengers to take advantage of all the services such as markets, local kiosks, cozy waiting rooms, banks, pharmacies, bars, and restaurants and shops. You will also find a Wi-Fi service and an information point that is always available.

For those arriving at the port without a vehicle, car, scooter, and bicycle rent is available in front of the ferry piers. Traffic in the port is managed by the large number of car parks and rest areas. Public transport is available around the port, providing links to the city center and suburbs.

Thessaloniki ferries About Thessaloniki

Thessaloniki is the capital of the Greek region of Macedonia, surrounded by the blue Aegean Sea, which is visible from every point of the city.  It is a modern yet cultural city with a rich historical and architectural heritage.

You can start your visit from the waterfront with the harbor and the majestic White Tower, a Byzantine fortress and symbol of the city, which now houses a six floor museum. The museum celebrates the history of the city, and each floor is dedicated to a different theme.

St Sophia Basilica is one of the oldest churches in the city and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

The historic centre of Thessaloniki is worth a visit. Known as Ano Poli, the charming part of the city, it is surrounded by walls and contains the church of Agios Demetrios, the city's most famous church dedicated to the patron saint. In the centre of the city, there is also a park dedicated to Alexander the Great, where a statue of the ancient warrior has been erected.

Not to be missed is the Rotunda of St George or the Tomb of Galerius, a Roman mausoleum now converted into a church. It is a structure built in such a way as to be connected to the Arch of Galerius.

Another must-see ancient site is the Agora of Thessaloniki, a public square from the Hellenistic and Roman periods.

How to reach the boardings:

Address: Averof 54625 Thessaloniki, Greece

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 40.63935, Longitude 22.944607

The port of Thessaloniki is easily accessible via highways and national roads. Follow the Egnatia/Odos road via the A1Igoumenitsa is 300 km from the port of Thessaloniki. The bus line to take is the 03K, and you have to get off at the Limani stop. The ferry terminal of Thessaloniki is only 1 km from the railway station and 16 km from the international airport.

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