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Rhodes Port Information

Rhodes is the biggest island of the Dodecanese Complex and the fourth biggest island in Greece. Rhodes attracts visitors from all over the world because of its natural beauty, its rich history and cool climate. According to the myths of the Ancient World, Rhodes Kolossos, one of the 7 miracles of the Ancient World was located at the entrance of Rhodes port.
In case you need more information about ferry arrivals and departures at the port of Rhodes, you can call the Port Authorities at (+30 22410) 28666, 28888, 22220. You can alternatively travel to Rhodes by air.

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Getting to Rhodes Port

  • Taxi is the most expensive means of transport in Greece but still less expensive compared to the taxi costs in the rest of the European countries. In Rhodes Port you will find plenty of taxi stations but you can also call a radio-taxi wherever you are. However this will cost you more. The taxis in Rhodes are blue and white and use taximeters (radiotaxi tel.: +30 22410-69600, 69800).
  • You can get on a bus and tour around the island of Rhodes without spending a lot of money. You can buy bus tickets either from the bus station or inside the bus from the bus driver. RODA buses can carry you to Rhodes centre, suburbs (Kastri,Yalissos, Marista, Paradisi) and the western side of the island (Theologos, Eleousa, Platania). Suburban (KTEL) buses can carry you to the eastern side of the island (Faliraki, Afandou, Archaggelos, Lindos, Kallithies).
  • Rhodes is a big island and if you want to move from one place to another it would be advisable to take your own car. If you prefer to rent a car you can use the car search engine of FantasticGreece.com and arrange to pick it up wherever it suits you best.
  • Lastly, you can also use little boats (caiques) that depart from the port of Rhodes at Mandraki area to get to sheer beaches or neighbour islets.

Ferry Itineraries from Rhodes

  • You can travel to Rhodes by ferry boat or highspeed boat. Ferries usually leave from Piraeus daily and travel during the night. Some ferries travel directly to Rhodes and some others pass from Patmos, Kalymnos, Kos and Leros. The ferry ticket prices vary depending on the type of the ship and the season. The duration of the journey is 13-17 hours and you' d better book a cabin.
  • Rhodes is connected with Piraeus (Athens port), Kalymnos, Kos, Nisyros, Astypalea, Tilos, Paros, Naxos, Patmos, Leros, Syros and Kastelorizo with the boats of the ferry company Blue Star Ferries.
  • The ferry company, called Dodekanisos Seaways operates two different itineraries: a) Rhodes, Kastelorizo, Symi, Kos, Kalymnos and b) Rhodes, Kos, Kalymnos, Leros, Lipsi, Patmos, Agathonisi.
  • Halki, Karpathos, Kassos and Sitia are also connected with Rhodes with the ferries of GA Ferries.
  • AMORGOS LINES operates ferry routes from Rhodes to Symi, Tilos, Nisyros, Kos, Kalymnos.
  • Ferries of the ferry company ΑΝΕΚ Lines depart from Rhodes to Santorini, Anafi, Kassos, Karpathos, Diafani and Halki.
  • Finally you can travel from Rhodes to Symi and Panormitis with the boats of the ferry company ANES LINES.

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