Aegina Ferries

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Aegina is one of the Saronic Islands of Greece and at only 17 miles from Athens is a convenient and idyllic island getaway. Below, you can find all the Aegina ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices.

Aegina Routes

  • Piraeus to Aegina / Aegina to Piraeus
    5 crossings daily
    40 min
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  • Piraeus to Aegina / Aegina to Piraeus
    ANES Ferries operates ferry crossings on the route Piraeus - Aegina
    3 crossings daily
    1 hr 15 min
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Ferries to and from Aegina

Hellenic Seaways is one the largest and most well known of the Greek ferry companies. As well as conventional ferries, the company also operates catamaran type vessels and fast ferries which can sometimes be up to 50% faster than other companies with conventional ferries. This means that you can island-hop and have even more time to enjoy your destination. Their ferries are modern and offer a full range of facilities on board.

ANES Ferries operates a fleet of two vessels, the Proteus and the Ag. Nektarios. Each ship has a full range of indoor and outdoor seating and lounges, and a range of snacks and refreshments are available on board.

Saronic Ferries runs a fleet of four ships; the Phivos, Archaeos, Apollon Hellas and Poseidon Hellas. Each ship is equipped with comfortable lounges, bars serving hot and cold drinks and snacks, and plenty of open deck space to experience the magnificent views of the Greek islands and the beautiful ocean.

Whatever route you take to or from Aegina, you are certain to have a great journey knowing you got a great deal with AFerry.

About Aegina

Aegina - also spelled Egina - is one of the Saronic islands. The island is close to Athens which means its a very convenient location for those that don't like long ferry journeys. You'll find a variety of hotels and taverns open throughout the year.

The island is popular with Athenians in the summer and at weekends. However, despite being close to Athens this is a typical Greek island: blue seas, small tavernas and ouzeries, cafes, fishing villages and archaeological sites await you. For history buffs, the Temple of Aphaea (a local Goddess from Aegina) is a must-see and if you're nutty for nuts, the island is famous for it's pistachios which some believe are the best in the world.

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Aegina port, Aegina Town, Aegina, Saronic Islands, Greece