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Folegandros Ferries: Ferry and Ships to Folegandros Island - Greek Islands Cyclades Greece

Ferries and Boats to Folegandros island cyclades greek islands Greece

Travel information for Ferries.
Ships and Ferries to Folegandros - Cycladic Islands.

Folegandros and the Cyclades in general are
connected to the ports of Piraeus and Rafina.
From Folegandros you can also visit the nearby
Cycladic islands of Ios, Santorini, Kimolos, Naxos,
Anafi, Amorgos etc.

In addition, there are ferry connection from Folegandros ferry to the islands of Crete, Rhodes,
and basically all Dodecanese and East Aegean Islands
via a third island.

Your trip to Folegandros can be with a conventional ferry boat, by Highspeed or Flying dolphin depending
on the day, the time and the ferry company you wish
to travel with.

If you select to visit Folegandros with the conventional ferry your trip will take about 9-11 hours while with
a Highspeed ferry 3.5-5.5 hours depending on how
many ports the ferry will call at on the way.

Ferries from Piraeus to Folegandros run all year
round on a daily basis. In summer of course there
are more departures to choose from.

1. Piraeus - Kythnos - Serifos - Sifnos
Kimolos - Milos - Folegandros
Sikinos - Ios - Santorini - Anafi
2. Piraeus - Paros - Naxos - Ios - Sikinos
Folegandros - Santorini - Heraklion
Kasos - Karpathos - Rhodes
3. Lavrio - Kea - Kithnos - Syros - Mykonos
Paros - Naxos - Folegandros - Ios
Sikinos - Thirassia - Santorini - Anafi
4. Lavrio - Kea - Kithnos - Syros - Mykonos
Paros - Naxos - Ios - Sikinos
Folegandros - Kimolos - Milos
5. Anafi - Santorini - Folegandros
Sikinos - Ios - Naxos - Paros - Piraeus
6. Andros - Tinos - Syros - Mykonos
Paros - Naxos - Folegandros - Sikinos
Ios - Thirassia - Santorini - Anafi
7. Milos - Kimolos - Folegandros - Sikinos
Ios - Naxos - Paros - Mykonos - Syros
8. Syros - Mykonos - Paros - Naxos
Folegandros - Sikinos - Ios
Thirassia - Santorini - Anafi

Attention !
The above mentioned information is subject to alteration. To be sure about correct schedules, departure and arrival times of conventional and highspeed ferries check the ONLINE Booking System.

Folegandros Ferries Cycladic Islands

Ships and Ferries to the island of Folegandros in the Cyclades
Travel Information for ferries to Folegandros. Island of Folegandros Cyclades.

ON LINE Booking System for seats and tickets in real time.

Starting your reservation through the online booking system you can select to have your tickets
sent to you or to collect them from the port office on the day of departure about 2 hours
before departure simply by giving your reservation code and showing your ID card.

We wish you a pleasant trip!

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Α multileg reservation allows you
to combine 2 to 4 domestic routes
(routes within Greece) in one reservation,
even if the selected departures are
operated by different ferry companies.

Travel Guide Folegandros Island Cyclades Greece



Chrysospilia Folegandros Island Cyclades Greek Islands Greece

Chrysospilia is a unique natural and archaeological monument. It is a remote cave on the north-eastern side of the island, about 30 metres above sea level, with a significant caving and archaeological interest.

It has a length of 300 m and two main chambers are joined to each other by a small corridor. Roman wells and a large number of shells have been found on the floor of the first chamber, while the second chamber is decorated with impressive stalactite formations.

However, the element that makes Chrysospilia a unique monument of the global cultural heritage is the large number of ancient names covering its walls and ceiling. The names date mainly from the 4th century BC and belong to young adults who arrived here from all parts of Greece. The young adults who managed to enter the main chamber inscribed their names on the walls, thus leaving a trace of their visit. It is thought that the nature of the visit was religious and that this difficult venture took place within the framework of a coming-of-age ceremony. Around 400 male names have been recorded (female names are rarer), and many of them are accompanied by surnames recording their place of origin.

Steps built in antiquity lead up to the cave, and are known as the “Hellenic steps”. Access to the cave is still difficult and dangerous however, especially when there is a strong north wind blowing. The cave is also accessible from the sea, but visits are not allowed since the archaeological investigation has not been completed and there is no infrastructure in place for accessing and visiting the cave.