Mantoudi ferries connect Greece with Sporades Islands, Skopelos Island with crossings available to Skiathos & Alonissos (in Sporades Islands), Chora & Glossa (in Skopelos Island) & Thessaloniki, Volos & Agnontas (in Greece). Mantoudi Ferry crossings are operated by SeaJets & Anes Ferries and depending on time of year you’ll find a choice of up to 47 ferry crossings weekly.
There are up to 11 ferry crossings daily from Mantoudi with sailing durations starting from 40 minutes. Our Mantoudi ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
Found on the south east coast of Greece, Mantoudi is a tiny village with a population of just under 2000 people. The ferry routes departing Mantoudi Port are to Skiathos, Glossa and Volos, other coastal resorts in Greece, with crossings ranging from 90 minutes to five hours.
Due to the incredibly small area and population, Mantoudi is lacking in terms of attractions, though the picturesque scenery and dusty walking trails are often enough to keep visitors entertained. The beach is a popular spot, especially in the summer months when tourists can enjoy the gorgeous sand next to clear blue waters. There is very little crime in the area, so anyone can feel safe whilst walking along the rugged coastlines.
For a spot of culture, it is worthwhile visiting the Monastery of Galataki for a taste of traditional values belonging to Mantoudi. A nun will often provide a tour of the remarkable building; a highlight for many visitors is the courtyard which exudes an enticing scent from the abundance of beautiful flowers blooming around the vicinity. For a real immersion into the lifestyle, travellers are invited to spend a night in the dorms situated inside the building.
It is possible to cover the entirety of the village by foot in just a day, so getting around Mantoudi is not a problem.