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The sea crossing between Symi and Tilos is operated by Blue Star Ferries with a schedule of one weekly connection with mostly evening departures and maximum duration of 1 hr 25 min. Hydrofoils and fast ships operate on this route, so you can reach your destination rapidly. Once on board, you can enjoy all of the services provided to make your trip as pleasant as possible.
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SYMI TILOS offers
Discounts on ferries within Greece
Passengers with tickets for routes between Italy or Greece with Anek Superfast receive a 30% discount on onward tickets to the Cyclades, Dodecanese, Crete and the Northeast Aegean islands with Blue Star Ferries.
Children under 5 travel free
Children under 5 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation.
Discounts for children under 10
Children aged between 5 and 10 receive a 50% discount, including fees.
Port of SYMI
The port of Symi is located to the north of the island and is surrounded by mountains and the village of Ano Symi that has beaches, areas of historical interest and other places to visit nearby. The port provides connections to the Dodecanese and Cyclades islands and is connected to the port of Piraeus. It is located a short distance from the center of Horio and is connected by large stairways. The island can be visited on foot or on scooters, which can be rented near the port. The nearest airport to Symi is Rhodes, an island well connected to the port of Symi. From Rhodes airport there is a b... [More information]
Address: Akti Navarchou Ioannou, Simi 856 00, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Symi, port
Guide of TILOS
The quiet island of Tilos has almost been forgotten by time. It has around 500 inhabitants that are mostly farmers who survive thanks to the few tourists who come here every year in search of contact with nature. The island has abundant water reserves from valleys, which has allowed cultivation. There is also plenty of flora and fauna and the presence of some rare species of endangered birds. History Tilos, like the other islands of the Dodecanese, has been invaded many times since antiquity, by the Minoans, Cretans, Romans, the Knights of Rhodes from 1306 and the Ottoman Turks in the sixteen... [More information]
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