Aegean Islands

Compare ferries from Aegean Islands to Ikaria

There is no shortage of options to choose from when it comes to selecting a ferry from Aegean Islands to Ikaria. There are 2 ferry companies with a combined offering of 11 Ferry Routes connecting Fournoi to Agios Kirikos & Evdilos, Pythagorio to Agios Kirikos, Fournoi to Agios Kirikos & Evdilos, Vathi to Agios Kirikos & Evdilos, Chios to Agios Kirikos & Evdilos, Limnos (Myrina) to Agios Kirikos & Evdilos, Mytilene to Agios Kirikos & Evdilos, Chios to Agios Kirikos & Evdilos, Limnos (Myrina) to Agios Kirikos & Evdilos & Mytilene to Agios Kirikos & Evdilos.

The fastest route between Aegean Islands and Ikaria is Fournoi to Agios Kirikos with a crossing duration of around 15 minutes. With so many routes on offer we make it simple by comparing all similar routes in one search so you can quickly find what you are looking for.

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About Aegean Islands:

The Aegean Islands are located in the Aegean Sea, between the south and east side of mainland Greece and the west side of Turkey.

The vast area covered by the Aegean Islands includes the Cyclades, the Dodecanese Islands, the North Aegean Islands, the Saronic Islands, Sporades, Crete and the Ionian Islands and Euboea. The island group includes some of the most popular holiday destinations including Crete, Lemnos, Lesbos, Chios, Samos and Rhodes.

The Aegean Islands are often seen as the main characteristic of the Greek culture and tradition. In addition to the obvious appeal of the sun and the sand, visitors are attracted to the traditional villages of whitewashed houses, as well as to the impressive monuments of the great prehistoric civilisation that flourished here.

Ferries are the primary method of travel around the islands and provide a convenient mode of transport to get you in to and around the region.

About Ikaria:

Ikaria is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea, sitting approximately one hundred kilometres from the west coast of Turkey.

Life on Ikaria is so peaceful, it’s enlisted as one of five ‘blue zones’ in the world, a place where people live significantly longer than average. This is thanks to the island’s isolated location, Mediterranean cuisine and beautiful landscapes comprising vast mountains, forested gorges and secluded beaches.

Named after Icarus, the legendary architect who flew too close to the sun, and the supposed birthplace of Dionysus, god of wine, Ikaria is one of the most magical and fascinating Greek islands, too.

Given the amount of islands in the Aegean Sea, there are many ferry routes to Ikaria departing from a great number of destinations including the surrounding Greek archipelagos and the mainland.