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Glyfa, an undiscovered blue-water haven

A small seaside village with crystal waters, lovely hotels and delicious restaurants can be found between Volos and Lamia. Explore the hidden gem of the Phthiotis region with cheap ferry tickets to Glyfa through Let’s Ferry.

The must-see attractions

  • The acropolis of the ancient city Antrona, which was mentioned by Homer, can be found 6 km north of the port. At the lower level of the acropolis there are some caves said to be related with the worship of goddess Demeter.
  • Fanos is an ancient graveyard from the Mycenaean Age, with two burial circles. The distance from the port is 6 km.
  • The Castle of Lamia, built in the 5thcentury B.C. At the same area you can visit the Archaeological Museum of Lamia. You can find them both 60 km away from Glyfa.

The must-visit beaches

  • Glyfa is both sandy and pebbled and is famous for its clear blue waters. For many years it had been awarded with a Blue Flag.
  • Lefki is a stunning sandy beach in Pteleos, a village of the Magnisia region. Other beaches of the area are small bays like Pahia Ammos and Draka, which are also worth visiting.
  • If you prefer privacy and untouched natural surroundings, drive 10 minutes from the port, towards the northern beaches of Dermaria and Faprikezena.

The must-do activities

  • Kitesurf and sup in Raches, a seaside village, 25 km away from Glyfa. In the summer it can get a bit crowded as it has many cafes, beach bars, restaurants and many events going on like music concerts and kids workshops.
  • Rent a boat from Raches to visit the exotic island complex of Lihadonisia, which is the result of a volcano eruption. A monk seal family has chosen this area as their residence and if you are lucky you can catch a glimpse of them from the boat. A rare shipwreck can also be found at the area at only 6 metres depth. It’s the only shipwreck in the Mediterranean that is made with concrete!
  • Wine tasting at the medieval tower of La Tour Melas, in Achinos, a village 30 km away from the port.

Tip: You can reach Glyfa by car or a KTEL bus. Both Athens and Thessaloniki are 260 km away from the port. The journey lasts 3 hours by car and 3,5 hours by bus.
Traveling has never been easier. Make your online booking for cheap ferry tickets to Glyfa through letsferry.com.

Information about the port of Glyfa

The port is connected to Skiathos, Skopelos, Agios Konstantinos. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-Fi, ATM, TAXI and free parking.