Kefalonian Lines is a new entry in the Greek shipping field based in Kefalonia, the great Ionian island. The company operates connecting Kyllini port (western Peloponnese) with the renowned islands of Cephalonia, Zante (Zakynthos) and Ithaca. This year you might wish to hop-on hop-off to the Ionian Islands. Search online for cheap ferry tickets and book in advance your dreamy holidays. The euroferries.com experts are at your disposal in case of assistance. Kefalonia Lines runs daily itineraries with two ferry boats (“Nissos Kefalonia” and “Zakinthos I”).
It takes one hour and twenty minutes to travel from Kyllini port to Cephalonia (Poros port), and one hour to arrive in Zante respectively. Also, the Kefalonian Lines vessels need three hours to arrive in Ithaca (Vathi port). Kefalonia has two main ports, Poros and Sami. The company’s ferries provide all passengers with high-quality services, such as comfy lounges and bars with a variety of snacks and beverages, even luxurious cabins although all itineraries operated by Kefalonian Lines are short-haul. Both ferries feature garage facilities, so you may embark from Italy with your car, arrive in Patras, then reach Kyllini in one hour, and finally travel with your car to the Ionian Islands. After all, you will definitely need a car to explore the landscape of Cephalonia, Zante, even the smaller Ithaca.
The ferry ticket (full fare passenger) to Zante costs 7,60€, whereas the car costs 27,30€ per way. The ferry ticket to Cephalonia costs 8,60€ and 38,90€ is the equivalent for the vehicle transportation. About Ithaca, the passenger cost is 13,60€, and the car costs 49€. The aforementioned car prices are offered provided that the outbound-inbound tickets issuance takes place simultaneously, thus is included in the same booking code, otherwise the vehicle cost is higher. These prices are indicative as the company might slightly alter them depending on their commercial policy.
All tickets are in paper form, so you may book online your ferry tickets on euroferries.com but make sure that you carefully check the options provided for you to collect your paper tickets (via courier at an extra cost, or free of charge collection directly at the ferry company’s ticket box just a stone’s throw from the ship).