Sitia ferry port is located on the northeastern edge of the island Crete in Greece and is well-known as a quiet and charming seaside town. The town offers a variety of attractions to explore, including a Venetian fort and Roman fish tanks, as well as a folklore museum and archeological museum. Head out from Sitia port and visit the grand Moni Toplou, situated just 18 km east of the harbour, built around the 15th century, conquered by pirates in 1498, plundered by the Knights of Malta in 1530, and seized by the Turks in 1646 and 1821.
Whether you're traveling on a Sitia Rhodes ferry, or a Sitia Karpathos ferry, Anek Lines/Aegeon Pelagos offers a great variety of routes to the Dodecanese Islands, with regular Sitia ferry schedules as well to the harbors of Diafani/ Karpathos, Halki and Kasos. Anek Lines/Aegeon Pelagos also provides a year-round Sitia Santorini ferry, as well as a ferry service to Milos, Anafi and Piraeus port in Athens. The ferry company also serves a seasonal crossing between Sitia port and Heraklion.