Ikaria Ferries

Ikaria Passenger and Car Ferries

Ikaria passenger and car ferry ticket prices, timetables, ticket reservations and information for ferries sailing from Ikaria to Athens (Pireaus Port), Paros, Naxos, Samos, Founoi, Mykonos, and Chios.

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Ikaria Ferry
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More About Ikaria

IKARIA is part of the Eastern Aegean Islands and is located 144 NM east of Piraeus (Athens). Nearby islands include Mykonos to the west, Patmos to the south, Samos to the east, & Xios to the north. Connections to and from Turkey are also possible via Samos.

National ferry boat lines regularly connect Ikaria with Athens (Pireaus Port), Paros, Naxos, Samos, Founoi, Mykonos, and Chios. A weekly ferry from Nel Lines in the summer time also connects Ikaria to Limnos, Lesvos and Kavala.

Ikaria has 2 harbors: Evdilos in the north and Agios Kirikos, the capital, in the south. The current ferryboats serving Ikaria typically take between 7:30 - 9:00 hours depending on the boat, the weather and intermediary ports. If you are staying in or near Armenistis it is better to arrive at the harbor of Evdilos because the drive to Armenistis is only 20 minutes, as opposed to 1 hour and 30 minutes from Agios Kirikos.

For those looking for a Greek island holiday off the beaten track and prefer a taste of authentic old world Greece, away from the crowds, Ikaria island could be well worth a visit.

Ikaria Ferry Port

Ikaria is a relatively large island and, until recently, unfairly neglected. The island is not immediately appealing to many visitors. A long mountain mass catches the full force of the scouring meltemi wind and steep mountain slopes plunge into the sea on a long coastline that has few sheltered bays or good harbours.

In the interior of Ikaria the landscape is rugged, the villages unkempt, and there are only a handful of good beaches. But the island has its strong adherents and the best of the Ikaria beaches can compare with any to be found in the Greek islands.

Holiday beaches on Ikaria
Ikaria may be off the usual tourist beat but it is an island blessed with some of the best beaches in the Aegean. The holiday beaches range from long sandy stretches with seasonal tourist attractions to quiet pebble coves where you will be lucky to see a couple of locals. If your idea of a good beach holiday is banana rides and beach music bars then give Ikaria a miss. But if you appreciate peaceful, lovely landscapes and lounging by a freshwater beach lagoon then Ikaria may be the place for you. The best sandy beaches are on the north coast but the south coast offers several beautiful and secluded coves.

Ikaria Ferries
There are daily ferry connections from Piraeus (Athens) to both ports at Evdilos and Agios Kirikos with journey times of about 7hours. There are also ferry connections to Samos, Mykonos, Tinos, Syros, Naxos and Paros.

Also from Agios Kirikos there is a Flying Dolphin service three times a week to Patmos, Leros and Kos as well as a daily boat service to Fourni. There is a one a week ferry from Evdilos to Chios. A weekly summer ferry on Nel Lines in connects Ikaria to Limnos, Lesvos and Kavala. Ikarian water taxis called 'venzinas' also connect Agios Kirikos with Therma throughout the day and three times a week visit beaches at Faros, Manganitis and Karkinagri. The water taxis can also be hired for day excursions and around-the-island trips.

Local Transport
Local transport on Ikaria is by bus, taxi, boat, or hired car/bike. During the summer season the scheduled daily bus service connects Agios Kirikos with Therma, Evdilos, Armenistis and Raches. Private buses can be hired from local travel agents and taxi stands are found in Agios Kirikos, Therma, Evdilos, Armenistis and at the airport at Faros.

Ikaria's bus service is not known for its efficiency and is geared more to locals than tourists so you might prefer to hire a car or motorbike to explore the island. Petrol stations can be found at Agios Kirikos, Ploumari, Miliopo, Evdilos, Avlaki and Christos Raches. Be warned that north - south roads through the mountains can be nerve racking drives with many hairpin bends and sheer cliff drops.

Hikers should head for the area around Rahes, inland from the island's single major beach resort of Armenistis. You can explore the idiosyncratic village of Khristos Rahes and its neighbouring villages on foot with the aid of two good local guides -The Round of Rahes on Foot and the Road and Hiking Map of western Ikaria. Both are available at island bookshops.

 


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