Ferry from Patras to Ithaca

Tickets, Prices & Schedules

Reach the beautiful and mythological island of Ithaca from the mainland port of Patras this year. Find all ferry connections to Ithaca from Patras on Ferryhopper and book your ferry tickets online on Ferryhopper.

Ferry schedules

Patras Ithaca Trip frequency: Every day First trip: 13:00 Last trip: 13:30 Average duration: 3h 50m Price range: 15.40 € - 15.40 €
Ithaca Patras Trip frequency: Every day First trip: 07:40 Last trip: 08:45 Average duration: 4h 7m Price range: 15.40 € - 15.40 €
Ferry companies LEVANTE FERRIES

Is there a ferry from Patras to Ithaca?

From early March to late September, you can find 1 daily Patras - Ithaca ferry, operated by the company Levante Ferries.

As this route is seasonal, consider downloading the Ferryhopper App for free to browse and book all available schedules in real time.

What’s the ferry schedule from Patras to Ithaca?

When in operation, the ferry route to Ithaca is operated once a day. The ferry from Patras leaves around 13:30, arriving in Ithaca at about 17:05.

Ferry Tickets, Offers & Discounts

How much is the ferry from Patras to Ithaca?

The Patras - Ithaca ferry route costs around €15.40 per passenger and tends to be fixed. The final ferry cost may vary depending on vehicle selection and the availability of offers and discounts.


Find the best offers for the ferry trip to Ithaca from Patras on Ferryhopper. Take a look at our ferry connections, find lower-cost ferry tickets and plan your trip on a budget.


You can find discount tickets for children aged 5-10, students of Greek public universities and island residents. Toddlers and children up to the age of 4 can travel for free.

Ferry Route Info

How long is the ferry ride from Patras to Ithaca?

Ferries to Ithaca from Patras generally make the crossing in about 3 hr 35 min.

Is there a high-speed ferry from Patras to Ithaca?

The Patras - Ithaca ferry route is primarily operated by conventional ferries that allow the transport of motor vehicles.

What’s the distance between Patras and Ithaca?

The distance between the port of Pisaetos in Ithaca and Patras is 62.4 nautical miles (or about 115.6 km ).

Ferry Trip Tips

Useful tips for your ferry trip to Ithaca from Patras

Below, you can find some useful tips for your ferry trip from Patras to Ithaca:

  • Patras is a popular port for national and international ferry routes alike. Make sure to get there well in advance, especially if you want to bring along your car to Ithaca.
  • To get a better understanding of the 2024 Ionian ferry routes, take a look at our guide.
  • Add our Ithaca travel guide to your reading list and take your holidays to the next level.

Where to take the ferry from Patras to Ithaca

The Patras to Ithaca ferry departs from the North Port of Patras, which operates routes to the Ionian Sea.

The North Port of Patras is easily reachable since it is situated close to the city center. It is only 10 min on foot from Achaia Intercity Bus Station and the Railway Station of Patras. Near the port, you can also find several visitor services, such as pharmacies, travel agencies, restaurants, banks, and shops.

Can I travel on the ferry from Patras to Ithaca with a car?

Yes, the ferries that travel between Patras and Ithaca can transfer motor vehicles. Consider booking your vehicle tickets well in advance as they might run out, especially in the high season.

Ferry luggage

With Levante Ferries, you are allowed to bring luggage weighing up to 50 kg for free.


The ferries to Ithaca do not offer any cabins, as the trip is relatively short in duration (less than 4 hr).

Pet travel

You can bring along your pet on the ferry to Ithaca from Patras. Make sure to fill out all the necessary information during the booking process and bring along any necessary documents, pet tickets and other supplies for a smooth trip.

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