HOW TO GET TO KAVALA
From the port of Piraeus to Kavala (approx. 21 hours)
From the port of Chios to Kavala (approx. 11 hours)
There are also connections with Dodecanese and Cyclades Islands.
FERRY TICKETS TO KAVALA
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City of Kavala
Kavala is one of the most attractive of Greece’s largest cities, rising like an amphitheatre from the beautiful harbor up to a huge Byzantine fortress. Depending on the season, fishing vessels, ferries, sailboats and cruise ships all drop anchor at Kavala’s two ports – the old and the new. This coastal city counts approximately 50,000 inhabitants, split among the Palia Poli (old town) and the Nea Poli (new town).
Among the city’s impressive landmarks are the old walls, the Byzantine castle, and the Kamares – the aqueduct erected by Suleiman the Magnificent in the 16th century, Mehmet Ali’s house (18th century) and the Imaret, a Turkish building. The walk up to Profitis Ilias to admire the panoramic view over the city takes you through the fascinating old district. The old houses of the Panagia quarter of town are in excellent condition. The Imaret, an old building with 18 domes overlooks the harbor. A youth hostel in Turkish times the building is now a cafe. The archaeological museum contains finds from the ancient city of Amphipolis, a colony of Athens.
What is the Kavala Ferry schedule?
Kavala port connects north Greece with the mainland of Greece, Dodecanese and Cyclades Islands.
How much does the Kavala Ferry cost?
Prices can be vary depending on time and period of year. We recommend you to use our online booking system in order to get live ferry times and prices.