Rafina is the port of the Mediterranean, on the coast of Eastern Attica. It covers an area of 19,000 acres and its population amounts to 12,168 inhabitants, according to the 2011 Census. It is about 25 km from Athens. Today, its port is one of the largest in Greece and has a very high mobility.
Today Rafina is essentially a suburb of Athens, thanks to the Attiki Odos which has improved access from the city center since it joins Marathonos Avenue in neighboring Pikermi. In recent years it has experienced great growth, as more and more ferry lines choose its port. The city is 25 km from the center of Athens
Ferry itineraries from the port of Rafina.
Find all the information about the itineraries from the port of Rafina. Read below about the itineraries, how long the route with the ship and the distance from Rafinas takes. Organize and plan your trip.
The port of Rafina
Ferries departing from the port of Rafina to the Cyclades and Crete. There are also daily itineraries from the port of Rafina to Paros, Mykonos, Santorini, Naxos, Tinos, Andros and many other islands in the Aegean Sea.
Ferry boat routes from Rafina.
There are daily itineraries from Rafina to the islands, but the itineraries are more frequent during the peak season.
Ferries from Rafina to Santorini, Paros and Naxos.
The ferry route to Santorini, Paros and Naxos is one of the most popular ferry routes from the port of Rafina. However, keep in mind that the ships serving this route operate seasonally from May to October. During this time of year, there are usually 2 ferries to Santorini, Paros and Naxos every day. The duration of the ferry route from Rafina to Santorini is about 5-6 hours by speedboat. Hellenic Seaways travels to your destination in comfort and safety.
Ferries from Rafina to Mykonos, Andros and Tinos.
There are daily ferry services from Rafina to Mykonos, Andros and Tinos and all year round. In summer, there are at least 9 ferry connections per week between Rafina and these islands. The route is served by speedboats and conventional ships. The average duration of the trip to Mykonos is 2.5 hours by speedboat while by conventional ferry it takes at least 4.5 hours. Bluestarferries takes you to your destination in comfort and safety.
Ferries from Rafina to Crete.
The ferries from Rafina to Heraklion of Crete operate seasonally and usually 7 times per week. Only conventional ferries connect Rafina with Crete and the duration of the trip is about 13 hours.
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