There are ferries from Volos to Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos. These ferries are both normal vessels and flying dolphins. Ferries from Volos to Skiathos and Volos to Skopelos are daily and frequent, while trips from Volos to Alonissos are fewer.
Spreading at the foot of Mount Pelion, Volos is a beautiful town that serves as a transport hub to Pelion and the Sporades islands. It is constructed on the site of Ancient Iolkos, from where Jason sailed for the Argonautic expedition, according to mythology. In fact, at the edge of the port of Volos, there is a wooden model of Argo, the ship of Jason.
The beach promenade of Volos has many cafeterias and bars and it is the most popular spot of the town. It gets popular all year round due to winter holidays in the mountainous villages of central Pelion and summer holidays in southern Pelion. From the port of Volos, ferries to Sporades leave daily.
Photos of Volos
About Volos Port
Connected ports to Volos
Alonissos - Evia, Mantoudi - Skiathos - Skopelos, Glossa - Skopelos, Port - Volos
Volos is a beautiful port town located in central Greece. Ferries from Volos go to the Sporades islands (Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonissos).
To go to Volos from Athens, take the bus from Liossion KTEL Station (close to Attiki Metro Station). The bus takes about 5 hours to reach Volos. There are frequent itineraries from Athens, every 1 to 2 hours.