Antikythira Ferry with anyferries.co.uk
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Book an Antikythira Ferry with Anen Lines Ferries online and in real-time at Any Ferries.co.uk. You can book an Antikythira Ferry between the ports Gytheion, Kissamos, Kythira and Piraeus. For a full list of routes from all major UK ports and many European ferry companies and a map illustrating all the routes, please visit Any Ferries.co.uk.
About Antikythira Ferry
The small rocky island of Antikythira has a very long history and the ruins of the ancient city are evident, near Potamos (the capital and port of the island). It is a primitive place and if you are weary of modern comforts, this is the place for you. It will offer you solitude and Spartan accomodations. Antikythira is the most remote of the Ionian islands, a drawcard for independent travellers wishing to notch up a visit to a remote destination. The island was fortified by the Venetians in 1207, but piracy remained a huge problem for the inhabitants, who today are mainly descended from Cretan colonists who settled here from 1792.