Before you travel with Levante Ferries, learn some useful information about the destination you've chosen.


Zakynthos, aka Zante, aka Fioro Tou Levante (=The flower of the East), a name given by the Venetians, is one of the Greek island group of Eptanisa. It is the eleventh largest island of Greece, the third largest (after Kefalonia and Corfu) and the second in terms of population of the Ionian Islands region. 


Kyllini is a town and port of Ilia prefecture. It is a former independent community, former municipal district, and home of the Kapodistrian municipality of Kastro-Kyllini. Today it belongs to the municipality of Andravida-Kyllini.


Kefalonia or Kefallonia, aka Kefallinia, is an Ionian Island that belongs to the group of Eptanisa. Officially, and mainly in administration, is referred as Kefallinia. Kefalonia (Kefallinia) is the largest and most mountainous island of Eptanisa and the third largest in population after Corfu and Zakynthos.


Ithaca is an island of Eptanisa lying south of Lefkada and east of the northwest coast of Kefalonia, from which it is separated by the Strait of Ithaca. Its capital is Vathi. Ithaca is an oblong shaped island covering an area of 96 square kilometers (37 sq mi). Its population is 3.231 according to the 2011 census. 


Patra (in ancient Greek “Patrai”) is the capital of the Achaea regional unit and the regional capital of Western Greece. It is also the largest urban center and port of Peloponnese. Patra is the third largest urban area of Greece after Athens and Thessaloniki.