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How To Get To Nisyros Ferry Port

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Nisyros Ferry Services

Nisyros Guide

Nisyros Ferry Port

One of the many islands laying to the east of Greece, Nisyros is a volcanic island situated between the islands of Kos and Tilos. Blue Star Ferries and Dodekanisos Seaways provide several weekly crossings to neighbouring Greek Islands, ranging from forty-five minutes to over nine hours.

What is there to do in Nisyros?

When a breathtaking volcanic crater engulfs much of the centre of the island, everything else shifts to the side-lines on the itinerary of every tourist. Many visitors to the island of Nisyros only come on a day trip to witness the spectacular volcano, however, a few days can easily be whiled away whilst browsing the sleepy streets under the mellow sun. The main town of Mandraki is a stark contrast to its neighbouring island of Kos; the evenings are spent in cosy, charming restaurants or strolling along the beach. Surprisingly for a Greek island, there is an unusual absence of beaches around Nisyros, however, the striking hilltop villages and intriguing landscape more than make amends. Walking through the dusty streets and quaint buildings is especially pleasant in the summer; the sun shines off the brightly coloured houses and the cafes hum with summer energy.

How do visitors get around Nisyros?

Most of the island can be covered by foot or bicycle, there is an occasional bus service but it is probably best not to rely on it. Taxis are also available around the villages for quick and convenient transport.

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