Agios Konstantinos

Fthiotis, Greece

Agios Konstantinos is a seaside town in Fthiotis, central Greece. It is located on the Gulf of Euboea (Evia) and it's a perfect destination if you're looking to explore the stunning Greek islands as its ferry port serves as a hub for island-hopping. On Ferryhopper, you can take a look at available ferry routes from the port of Agios Konstantinos, our travel tips for your vacation and book your ferry tickets easily and quickly!

Read our suggestions for your dreamy holidays in Agios Konstantinos and find useful information about its port:

Boats anchored at the picturesque port of Skiathos

The beautiful port of Skiathos

Agios Konstantinos ferry port

The ferry port of Agios Konstantinos is located in the center of the town, near the main shopping area. The port consists of two terminals and is surrounded by a parking lot for vehicles and motorcycles. The port area is clean and well-maintained, with a few cafes, and shops.

Ferries from Agios Konstantinos port: schedules and tickets

The port of Agios Konstantinos operates ferry routes to the surrounding Sporades (Skiathos, Skopelos, and Alonissos) operated by Magic Sea Ferries.

Here you can find more information on the ferry connections from Agios Konstantinos:

  • Agios Konstantinos - Skiathos ferry: from June to September, there are usually up to 7 weekly ferry crossings from Agios Konstantinos to Skiathos. The Agios Konstantinos - Skiathos ferry takes about 2 hours and ferry tickets start at around €37.
  • Agios Konstantinos - Skopelos ferry: in the summer months, there are normally up to 7 weekly ferries between Agios Konstantinos and Skopelos. The ticket price starts at €40 and the ferry trip from Agios Konstantinos to Skopelos lasts about 3 hours.
  • Agios Konstantinos - Alonissos ferry: there are usually up to 7 ferry crossings a week from Agios Konstantinos to Alonissos. The Agios Konstantinos - Alonissos ferry route is normally served once a day from June to September. The ferry ticket price is around €43 and the ride takes approximately 3.5 hours (including 2 15-minute stops at the islands of Skiathos and Skopelos).

Take a look at our Map of ferries with all the connections available from the port of Agios Konstantinos and start planning your holidays right away!

Where is the ferry port in Agios Konstantinos?

The port of Agios Konstantinos is located inside the town in the area of Phthiotis and along the North Euboean Gulf.

How to get to Agios Konstantinos port?

From Athens, you can get to Agios Konstantinos by car or bus. The town is around 167 km from Athens, which takes normally about 2 hours by car. The bus to Agios Konstantinos departs from the Liosia bus station (KTEL Liosion) and takes a bit more than 2 hours to reach the town.

Agios Konstantinos is easily accessible by road, with regular buses and taxis available from Athens. If you are driving, the port is located just off the main road that runs through the town, and there are plenty of parking spaces available. If you are coming from further afield, the nearest airport is in Athens, from where you can continue your journey by bus or taxi.

Ferry heading to Skiathos from Agios Konstantinos

Ferry heading to Skiathos from Agios Konstantinos

Vacation in Agios Konstantinos

Whether you're looking for a relaxing vacation, or an adventure exploring the nearby islands, you'll find it all here. With its stunning scenery, rich culture, and friendly people, Agios Konstantinos is the perfect destination for your next Greek getaway.

The town is very close to stunning beaches including the popular Tzasteni (Milina) beach, which is just a short walk from the ferry port. It is also surrounded by lush green hills and forests, making it a great place for outdoor activities like hiking and mountain biking.

The best time to visit Agios Konstantinos is between May and September. However, thanks to its  Mediterranean climate, its winters are mild so you can also plan a 2-day escape after summertime.

What to do in Agios Konstantinos

There is plenty to do in Agios Konstantinos, from exploring the nearby islands to taking in the local culture and history. You can visit the famous Eretria Archaeological Site, which features ancient ruins and artifacts from the Greek and Roman eras. There are also many traditional tavernas and cafes in the town, where you can sample the local cuisine and enjoy a drink or two.

Beaches in Agios Konstantinos

Agios Konstantinos town in Phthiotida (Fthiotis), Greece, is surrounded by stunning beaches that offer visitors the perfect place to soak up the sun, swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Aegean Sea, and enjoy a variety of water sports. Some of the most popular beaches in the area include:

  • Arkitsa: this is a long, sandy beach located in the nearby town of Arkitsa and is known for its clear waters and lush greenery.
  • Kamena Vourla beach: it's a popular beach in the area, known for its scenic views and crystal-clear waters.
  • Schinia: this beach is located in the town of Livanates and is known for its clear, turquoise waters and fine, golden sand. It offers opportunities for water sports and is surrounded by lush greenery and pine trees.
  • Asproneri: this is a stunning beach located near Agios Konstantinos and is known for its crystal-clear waters and golden, sandy shores. It offers opportunities for water sports and is surrounded by lush greenery and pine trees.

The beautiful beach of Livanates in Fthiotis

The beautiful beach of Livanates in Greece

Sightseeing in Agios Konstantinos

Agios Konstantinos is a beautiful town with a rich history, and there is plenty to see and do. You can visit the picturesque harbor, where you can admire the colorful boats and enjoy the view of the sea. You can also visit the local churches, including the Agios Konstantinos Church with its impressive Byzantine mosaics, which is one of the town's most famous landmarks.

The old well of the Holy Monastery of Constantine the Great is now located inside the Parish Church of Saints Constantine and Helen.

Nightlife in Agios Konstantinos

Agios Konstantinos is a small town with a laid-back nightlife. However, you can find a couple of bars as well as traditional tavernes for ouzo, mezedes and Greek live music.

Food in Agios Konstantinos

Agios Konstantinos is known for its delicious local cuisine, which is based on fresh seafood and local products. You can sample traditional dishes like grilled octopus and fried squid.

  • tiropitari (crescent moon shaped with thin filo and soft white touloumotiri cheese made with goats’ and sheep milk)
  • tiganopsomo (round with more filo layers) is a sourdough or yeast dough spread into filo and stuffed with soft white cheese made with goats’ and sheep milk
  • vouloto (lamb with garlic, salt and pepper cooked on low heat)
  • goggles (handmade pasta with butter and cheese)
  • sun-dried figs from Kimi

Dried figs and local cheese

Dried figs and local cheese

Useful information for Agios Konstantinos

Agios Konstantinos has a population of around 2,400 inhabitants. In the center of the town, you will find everything you need for your vacation, such as supermarkets, ATMs, and shops. The town also has a healthcare center. 

In terms of accommodation in Agios Konstantinos, you can choose between different options depending on your budget and preferences. There are many hotels, apartments and rooms to let. If you prefer a seaside holiday, then we recommend looking at the hotels on the coast of Agios Konstantinos and book a room with sea view.

Important phone numbers for your stay in Agios Konstantinos

Some useful contact numbers for Agios Konstantinos: 

  • Municipality of Agios Konstantinos: +302235032600
  • Agios Konstantinos Health Center: +302235041662
  • Agios Konstantinos Police Station: +302235031701
  • Agios Konstantinos Port Authority: +302235031759
  • Tourist Information Center: +302235031614
  • Bus services (KTEL): +302235032223
  • European emergency number: 112


Here you can find some useful tips for your trip to Agios Konstantinos:

  • If you are planning to travel during summer time from Agios Konstantinos to Sporades, it's recommended to book your ferry tickets and accommodation in advance to get a better price.
  •  Agios Konstantinos is known for its delicious seafood and traditional dishes, so be sure to sample some of the local cuisine during your visit.
  • If you want to go island hopping to the Sporades this summer, it's best to pack light to make your travels more comfortable and convenient. So, travel light and enjoy the ferry ride!
  • Get out and explore! Agios Konstantinos is surrounded by beautiful beaches, forests, and hills, so be sure to take advantage of the opportunities for outdoor activities.

Transportation in Agios Konstantinos

Agios Konstantinos is well-connected by road, with regular bus and taxi services available to and from the town. If you prefer to explore the town on your own, there are many rental car and motorcycle companies in the area. Additionally, there are several taxi stands in the town, making it easy to get around.

Where to book Agios Konstantinos ferry tickets online

On Ferryhopper, you can find all connections from Agios Konstantinos in our Map of ferries. Just pick one or go island hopping and get mesmerized by the beauty of the Greek islands. So, book your ferry tickets to the Sporades with no hidden fees and let the adventure begin!

Agios Konstantinos ferry timetable

View the complete ferry schedule from and to Agios Konstantinos for the upcoming week. Find up-to-date trip information, including departure and arrival dates and times, ferry operators and ticket prices.

Frequent ferry connections

Agios Konstantinos has direct ferry connections to 7 ports :