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How To Get To Kyllini Ferry Port

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Kyllini Guide

Kyllini Ferry Port

A coastal town with just over one thousand inhabitants, Kyllini Port belongs to a community in the municipal unit of Kastro-Kyllini, Greece. Found on the coast bordering the Ionian Sea, Kyllini is much like many coastal resorts in Greece with its stunning beaches and scorching temperatures. The thermal springs of Kyllini are a particular highlight, dubbed as the largest beach facility in the western Peloponnese. Away from the beach, visitors will find picturesque countryside surrounding numerous historic landmarks, a perfect way to spend a cheap day out. The major attraction in the history scene is Chlemoutsi Castle, which is made up of the main castle, a hexagonal building and an inner courtyard. The town is also only 40 minutes away by car from the famous Ancient Olympia, such an interesting place that it is worth leaving early to make the day worthwhile. Getting around the town is relatively easy - there is a railway station which is set nearly in the heart of the city. The centre of the town is quite small and easy to navigate around by foot, although it is possibly best to get a taxi to the port area. There are a few daily sailings from the port, crossing to other areas of Greece. All are relatively short crossings, typically lasting just over an hour and are provided by Kefalonian Lines and Levante Ferries.

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