Ermioni ferry port in Greece is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings to Piraeus, Hydra, Poros (Saronic Islands), Porto Heli & Spetses available. With a selection of up to 11 Sailings Daily, the port of Ermioni connects Greece with Athens, Saronic Islands.
Sailing durations range from 20 minutes on the Hydra service to 2 hours 10 minutes on the Piraeus service.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Ermioni fare search.
With a shoreline of pebbled beaches lining a narrow inlet of the electric blue waters of the warm Aegean Sea, the small seaside town of Ermioni is an undoubted gem studding the south-eastern coast of Greece.
Found on the historic Argolid Peninsula, site of one of the first major settlements in the classical era of Greece, Ermioni is surrounded on three-sides by hilly Mediterranean scrubland and groves of blossoming olive trees. Extending from the east of town is a narrow promontory tipped by the lush pine forest of Bisti Grove (‘Bisti,’ appropriately meaning ‘tail’ in Greek). Though small, this stretch of land is steeped in history, evident in the Venetian walls that line the coast and the ancient vestiges of a temple built to worship the deity Poseidon found near the entrance to the grove.
The port of Ermioni is a quaint marina formed of two piers that project into the Aegean Sea. Ferries entering the harbour dock at a designated section of the larger pier, just beside a small undercover waiting terminal. There are no facilities in the terminal itself, though the promenade that runs perpendicular to the pier is crammed with restaurants, cafes and a few shops selling refreshments.
Ermioni is a rural town with very few transport links. The town consists mainly of labyrinthine residential streets and as such does not have a local bus service or train station, though a bus does run from Athens airport to the nearby village of Kranidi. Driving to the port can prove difficult too, with just two twisting roads leading in and out of town and the nearest major motorway over 60-miles away.
Only one route currently operates from the port. A Hellenic Seaways service sails around the Argolid Peninsula before heading north along the Mediterranean to the port of Piraeus; a major port city just 5-miles from the capital of Athens. It’s a relatively short trip that leaves Ermioni a number of times each day.