Ferry tickets to Volos
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Volos, a port for all seasons

Tall mountains, emerald waters, local distillates and distinct flavors can be found at this all-year destination. Discover the city-harbour of the Pagasitikos Gulf and make the most out of a fascinating adventure. Book cheap ferry tickets to Volos with Let’s Ferry.

Must see attractions
• Volos (or Thessaly) Railway Museum is a landmark of the city. It was designed by Evaresto de Quiriko, son of the iconic painter Giorgio de Quiriko.
Athanasakeio Archaeological Museum is a prestigious neoclassical building with exhibits from all over the Thessalian region.
• At the Natural History Museum, you can admire rare fossils, both invertebrate and vertebrate, as well as minerals and rocks.
• Explore Pelion and its traditional mountain villages with the typical stone-built houses: Tsagkarada, Portaria, Makrinitsa, Vizitsa. Go to Milies by car or by hopping on the legendary train Moutzouris. Visit the historical church of Pammegistoi Taxiarches which gathered the faithful in secret during the Ottoman Empire occupation. Before you start your journey make sure the train is in operation.

Must visit beaches
Anavros is very close to the port, only 2 km away. It’s one of the many beaches in Volos where you can find a ramp that facilitates access to the sea by anyone.
Kato Gatzea has many hidden bays and is witnessing growing tourist development. The distance from the city centre is 15 km.
Pelion has many stunning beaches: Ai Giannis, Ntamouhari, Papa Nero, Potistika, Chorto, Mylopotamos, Agioi Saranta just to name a few.

Must do activities
• If you choose to visit Volos in the winter, ski and snowboard are the most fun and exciting activities you can do, at the ski centre of Chania in Pelion.
• Walk into a setting taken straight from a fairytale, the Centaur’s path, in Portaria. A big forest with running waters and wooden bridges is the hidden gem of the area.
• Walk along the sea in the city of Volos and make a stop at the famous “tsipouradika” little tavernas to taste delicious seafood and drink the local distillate called tsipouro.

Tip: You can reach Volos by car, train or KTEL bus. The distance from Athens is 325 km translated into a 3.5-hour drive. Travelling by train takes up to 4 hours and by bus up to 4.5 hours. The distance from Thessaloniki is 206 km, which is a 2-hour drive. Travelling from there by bus or train takes up to 2.5 hours.
Travel to the centre of Greece, see all the available routes and book cheap ferry tickets to Volos through letsferry.com.

Information about the port of Volos

The port is connected to Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxi, WC, KTEL bus stop, car rentals. Passenger ships depart from the central pier while there are two more for the cargo ships. There are also two protected waiting areas.