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Patmos Ferries: Ferry and Ships to Patmos Island - Greek Islands Dodecanese Greece

Ferries and Boats to Patmos island Dodecanese greek islands Greece

Travel information for Ferries.
Ships and Ferries to Patmos - Dodecanese Islands.

Patmos and the Dodecanese in general are connected
to the port of Piraeus. From Patmos you can also visit
the nearby Dodecanese islands, the Cycladic islands
and Crete through other ports.

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

If you select to visit Patmos with the conventional
ferry your trip will take about 7-10 hours while with
a Highspeed ferry 5.50-8.50 hours depending on
how many ports the ferry will call at on the way.

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

1. Piraeus - Mykonos - Patmos - Leros - Kos
2. Piraeus - Naxos - Patmos - Leros
3. Piraeus - Patmos - Leros - Kos - Rhodes
4. Piraeus - Patmos - Leros - Kalymnos - Kos
5. Piraeus - Syros - Patmos - Leros - Kos
6. Piraeus - Syros - Mykonos - Patmos
Kalymnos - Kos - Rhodes
7. Piraeus - Syros - Mykonos - Patmos
Leros - Kos - Rhodes
8. Kalymnos - Leros - Lipsi - Patmos - Arki
Agathonissi - Pythagorion (Samos)
9. Rhodes - Symi - Kos - Kalymnos - Leros

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.

Patmos Ferries Dodecanese Islands

Ships and Ferries to the island of Patmos in the Dodecanese
Travel Information for ferries to Patmos. Island of Patmos Dodecanese.

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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.

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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 Patmos Island Dodecanese Greece


Mythology of Patmos Dodecanese Greek Islands Greece

Legend has it that in ancient times Patmos rested at the bottom of the sea. It was only visible when Selene, the Moon goddess, would shine over it.

Selene would often go to Mount Latmos to visit her lover King Endymion. This king was granted the privilege (by his father Zeus) of not ageing whenever he slept.

As he was often asleep, Selene would sit on top of Mount Latmos and talk to Artemis (Diana) who had one of her main sanctuaries there.

One evening Artemis noticed the small island glittering underneath the water from Selene’s beams as she approached. Artemis fell in love with it immediately and wanted it to be hers.

Realizing she was not strong enough to raise it from the seabed, she sent telepathic messages to her twin-brother Apollo, who was not keen on raising the island and spoke to his father Zeus who promised to help. Zeus asked permission from his brother Poseidon (Neptune) the powerful and feared god of the Sea, who had no interest in the little island and gave his approval.

And so, thanks to Zeus’ divine power the island of Patmos emerged from the sea in stunning beauty and the all-seeing Sun-god Helios (Selene’s brother) warmed the island with his rays and thereby gave it life. Artemis next persuaded some of the inhabitants of the area around Mount Latmos to go and live on the island - which they did to please her. In her honour they named it Litios which is another name of Artemis, meaning “daughter of Leto”. An inscription in the museum of the monastery of St. John mentions that Orestes, pursued by the Furies for the murder of his mother, took refuge on Patmos and built the great temple of Artemis on the same site the Monastery is today.