Ferry tickets to Patmos
The “Holy island” of Patmos is not just a significant christian pilgrimage site, but a place of historical importance as well.
Since 1999, the island has entered the catalogue “Μonuments of World Heritage of UNESCO” because of its historical centre.
Thousand of famous artists, royalty and celebrities from every nation visit Patmos every year to find inspiration and peace of mind.
The “Jerusalem of the Aegean” as it is called, has plenty of undiscovered natural wonders, ready for you to explore.
Take a walk at the medieval Chora, visit the Cave of Apocalypse and taste delicious “fish mezze” in Skala.
Οf course you want to learn more about the beaches- do not deny it!
Patmos is a great choice for sea lovers because of the variety of its beach types, i.e Skala, Agriolivado, Meloi, Livadi Geranou etc.
Words can not describe the feeling of being in Patmos- So, book your ferry ticket through YourFerry and give the best description yourself!
From Athens to Patmos
Several times a week ferry routes link Athens to Patmos connecting the greek mainland with the Dodecanese complex.
Ferry services run from Piraeus port to Parmos up to 6 times per week and the average sailing duration varies between 5-9 hours; depending on the ferry type you choose (highspeed or conventional).
From Patmos to Mykonos
On peak season, ferry services run from Patmos to Mykonos connecting the Dodecanese islands with the Cyclades complex.
The frequency of the route is at least 2 crossings per week and the its duration lasts almost 3,5 hours.
When you arrive in Mykonos, local buses and taxis wait to transfer you to any other destination in the island.
From Patmos to Samos
As from Patmos to Mykonos, there is also a singe route which links Patmos to the neighbouring island of Samos.
The frequency of the route “from Patmos to Samos” is almost 1h and its frequency is up to 5 crossings per week.
Do not miss the opportunity to visit more than one islands on your vacation- Book now your ferry tickets through ΥourFerry online system!
From Patmos to Kos
Another popular to ferry-hopers route is the one which links Patmos to Kos, offering a better experience of Dodecanesian culture.
Ferry services run from Patmos to Kos with the frequency of min. 13 crossings per week and the average duration of 2 hours.
People say “when you waste time you waste money”- So, book your ferry tickets in advance through YourFerry and enjoy a travel without extra charges!