Kavala Ferries


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Kavala Routes

  • Agios Kirikos to Kavala / Kavala to Agios Kirikos
    1 crossings weekly
    18 hr
  • Chios to Kavala / Kavala to Chios
    2 crossings weekly
    10 hr 55 min
  • Evdilos to Kavala / Kavala to Evdilos
    1 crossings weekly
    17 hr 30 min
  • Fourni to Kavala / Kavala to Fourni
    2 crossings weekly
    16 hr 25 min
  • Karlovassi to Kavala / Kavala to Karlovassi
    2 crossings weekly
    15 hr 10 min
  • Lavrio to Kavala / Kavala to Lavrio
    3 crossings weekly
    15 hr 30 min
  • Limnos to Kavala / Kavala to Limnos
    2 crossings weekly
    3 hr 10 min
  • Mykonos to Kavala / Kavala to Mykonos
    2 crossings weekly
    20 hr 10 min
  • Mytilini to Kavala / Kavala to Mytilini
    2 crossings weekly
    7 hr 55 min
  • Piraeus to Kavala / Kavala to Piraeus
    2 crossings weekly
    25 hr 15 min
  • Syros to Kavala / Kavala to Syros
    2 crossings weekly
    21 hr 15 min
  • Vathy to Kavala / Kavala to Vathy
    2 crossings weekly
    14 hr

Special Offers

Kavala is a city in northern Greece, 99 miles east of Thessaloniki. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Greece with a wide range excursions available and many sparsely populated beaches. Being further north, the climate is milder than the more popular resorts in Greece. Regular sailings to and from Kavala are operated by Hellenic Seaways, which you can book with AFerry.

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Ferries to and from Kavala

Hellenic Seaways' fleet of 10 conventional ferries provides a variety of cabins, and modern facilities including restaurants, shops and sun-decks. Some ferries also have swimming pools which can be used in the summer months. The ships can carry between approximately 1,300 and 1,900 passengers.

About Kavala

Kavala has a rich culture built over many years with various occupancies, including the Romans, the Goths and the Ottomans - who gave the city its name. Due to its location, it became a commercial centre linking the West to the East. The city is built on the slopes of Mount Simvolo, allowing all buildings to have a clear view of the spectacular sea.

Kavala Port

Kavala is a major port and can be reached from several islands in the north Aegan island group, including Limnos. Near the port you'll find central Kavala and a beautiful harbour with fishing and sailing boats.

Kavala port facilities

The port is in the centre of Kavala so all amenities are close by.

Getting to the Ferry

The centre of Kavala can easily be traversed on foot, however there is a small tourist train from the central square to the old town for those with limited mobility, or those who enjoy the ride.

Bus services are available but do note that tickets must be bought in advance and cannot be purchased on the bus itself. If you get on the bus without a ticket, you will be unable to travel.

Taxi services are relatively cheap but rates do increase after midnight.

Kavala Map

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Port Addresses

Hellenic Seaways

Kavala, 652 01, Greece