Pisaetos is a large natural harbour in the west of the island of Ithaca, in the Ionian Sea. Ithaca is also known as Ithaki and Ithaka, and is a small mountainous island with a stunning green landscape. Ferries from Ithaca sail to Sami on the island of Kefalonia which is right opposite Pisaetos, and Patras in mainland Greece.
You can use AFerry to book ferries to and from Pisaetos/Ithaca. Ferries to Ithaca are operated by Levante Ferries.
Ferries to and from Pisaetos/Ithaca
Levante Ferries operates a fleet of three ships; the Fior Di Levante, the Mare di Levante and the Speedrunner III. Each ship is fully air conditioned and equipped with comfortable lounges with televisions and WiFI, outdoor seating and a snack bar serving food and refreshments.
Ithaca is a peaceful island surrounded by crystal clear waters, and the ideal destination for a relaxing break with plenty of sunbathing and swimming spots.
Pisaetos lies on the west of the island, facing the neighbouring island of Kefalonia. Regular sailings are available from Pisaetos connecting the two islands, as well as providing services from Ithaca to Patras in mainland Greece.
Pisaetos/Ithaca Port Facilities
Facilities at Pisaetos port are limited, but it's just a 10 minute drive to the town of Vathi where you can find all amenities.
Getting to Pisaetos
You can reach one side of Ithaca from the other in a matter of minutes, and the port of Pisaetos is well signposted.
Bus connections are available with a schedule to fit ferry departures from Pisaetos, including a bus that connects Pisaetos to Vathi, a port on the east side of Ithaca.
Ithaka Pisaetos Ferry Terminal, Pisaitos, , Ithaca, Ithaki, Greece, Greece