The Port of Agios Konstantinos
Where is the port of Agios Konstantinos | The town of Agios Konstantinos | Ferries from Agios Konstantinos | Ferries to Sporades Islands | How to get to Agios Konstantinos from Athens | Ferry to Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos, Evia | Connected Ports of Agios Konstantinos.
Ferries departing from this port move to the Sporades islands. The ferry from Agios Konstantinos to Skiathos takes 2 hours, it takes 3 hours to Skopelos and 3.5 hours to Alonissos.
Agios Konstantinos is a town of which has an active port in central Greece. The town, which is the main port for ferries departing from to the Sporades Islands, is encircled by high mountains and olive groves. The contemporary city of Agios Konstantinos was built on the sea-cost where the ancient Greek city of Dafnountas is located.
The distance of the town from Athens is 165 km, a bus departs from Athens Liossion Bus Terminal to Agios Konstantinos every hour and reaches the town in 2.5 hours.
While you’re in town, don’t forget to visit the church of Agios Konstantinos. There is also a mini boat serving between the town of Agios Konstantinos and the town of Agios Georgios, settled north of the island of Evia.
Connected Ports of Agios Konstantinos:
1-Alonissos: Alonnisos, of the inhabited Sporades, is the wildest, most remote and least touristic. The west and north shores are steep and rugged, while alluring turquoise bays and pebble and sand beaches are located in the east.
2-Evia/Mantoudi: Mantoudi is a beautiful town merging mountains and sea in northern Evia which has beautiful pathways with many plane trees, and with its bridges and crystal clear water of the tiny but very picturesque Kirea River.
3-Skiathos: Skiathos, the most cosmopolitan island, with green pine forests and crystal-clear aquamarine seas, in the Northern Sporades. The island is still breathtakingly beautiful and unspoilt and gifted with more than 60 beautifully clean beaches, despite the rapid increase in tourism here in recent times.
4-Skopelos/Glossa: With a population of approximately 1 000 people, Glossa is the 2nd biggest town on the Skopelos. It is located in the northern part of the island, established on the edge of a mountain slope, with a splendid view of the sea and the island of Skiathos.
5-Skopelos/Port: A scenic harbor on the east coast of the island is the main town of Skopelos Island, known as Hora. The larger of the two commercial ports on the island is the port of Skopelos, located in Hora.
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