HOW TO GET TO VOLOS
From the port of Skiathos to Volos (approx. 2.5 hours)
From the port of Skopelos to Volos (approx. 3 hours)
From the port of Alonissos to Volos (approx. 4.5 hours)
FERRY TICKETS TO VOLOS
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City of Volos
Volos is a city of Thessaly, built in the innards of the Pagasitic Gulf, near the site of ancient Iolkos and at the foot of the mountain of Centaurs, Pelion. It is one of the largest cities and one of the most important ports in Greece. Volos is a coastal port city in Thessaly situated midway on the Greek mainland. It is the sixth most populous city of Greece, and the capital of the Magnesia regional unit of the Thessaly Region. Volos is also the only outlet to the sea from Thessaly, the country’s largest agricultural region. The city is an important industrial center, and its port provides a bridge between Europe and Asia. The port of Volos is connected daily with ships and fast ferries to the Sporades.
Situated between Athens and Thessaloniki, combining heavenly sea and adventurous mountains as a gateway to Mount Pelion (the Centaurs mountain), and serving as the first step to the Sporades islands, Volos is a destination worth visiting. This picturesque city has an ancient history as the mythic home of Jason and the Argonauts and there are a few hidden gems here that you might find as you pass through to the islands or Pelion. The city also offers facilities for conferences, exhibitions and major sporting, cultural and scientific events.
What is the Volos Ferry schedule?
Volos port serves ferry routes to Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos. It connects mainland of Greece with Sporades islands.
How much does the Volos 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.