Santorini port is situated in the settlement of Ormos Athinios on the west coast of the island. The island Santorini, which is also known as Thira, belongs to the Cyclades Islands of Greece and is one of the most popular destinations from Athens. Altogether there are six ferry companies offering services to and from Santorini ferry port. Travelers can book a ferry from the port of Santorini to Naxos, Piraeus/ Athens, Milos, Rethymnon/ Crete, Ios, Paros and Anafi. Ferry services to the above mentioned destinations are provided on a seasonal basis.
Hellenic Seaways and Sea Jets offer Santorini ferry crossings seasonally to Mykonos, Heraklion/ Crete, Tinos and Rafina/ Athens. Trips to Folegandros and Sifnos are available on a seasonal basis with Sea Jets and Zante Ferries. Sea Jets also provides a seasonal service from Santorini port to Koufonissi, Rethymnon/ Crete, Koufonissi and Syros. Travelers can book trips all year round with Zante Ferries to Kimolos, Serifos and Sikinos, as well as a seasonal crossing to Kythnos.
In addition, Small Cyclades Lines offers year-round routes between Santorini ferry port and Katapola/ Amorgos, whereas Anek Lines/Aegean Pelagos offers a regular service to Rhodes, Diafani/ Karpathos, Karpathos town itself, Halki, Kasos and Sitia port in Crete. Anek Lines/Aegeon Pelagos also sails to Heraklion/ Crete on a seasonal basis. Furthermore, Blue Star Ferries provides regular crossings from the port of Santorini to Kos and Rhodes, as well as a seasonal service to Syros.