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VOLOS, GREECE


Must see tourist attractions • City of Volos (5min walk) • Pelion mountain traditional villages (10min to 3hrs)


• Meteora old monasteries (90min by bus)


• Archaeological places by bus: Dimini, Sesclo, Dion, New Achialos and Dimitriada • Milies traditional village


Since prehistoric times Volos has been one of the most important strategic points in the whole Mediterranean, an importance attested to by the many notable civilizations that settled here. The Port of Volos enjoys the advantage of being the gateway to the sea for a rich and well- developed hinterland with 2 million inhabitants. It enjoys excellent infrastructure, and is the European's Union closest gateway to Turkey as well as to the countries in the Black Sea region. Additionally, Volos is the main point of departure linking mainland Greece with the North Sporades Islands, Evoia, Mytilene, the eastern Aegean and the Cyclades Islands. The port and the city of Volos lie close to the oldest, most important and fully excavated settlements from the Neolithic era in Europe:


Dimini and Sesclos, also lie over the traces of the three important ancient cities: Iolkos, Pagases and Dimitriada. A short distance from the centre of Volos lies the ancient city of Feres. Nearby, the mountain Pelion appears green and imposing, with its many picturesque villages,twenty-four in total, with multi-storied houses with coloured slated roofs. Pelion offers its hospitality for year-round vacations. A two hour drive from Volos and Meteora is the famous forest of stones where up to 24 historic monasteries are still inhabited. The port of Volos was the starting point of the greatest nautical adventure in ancient mythology, Jason and the Argonaut's expedition, which played a vital role in the development of the modern world.


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: 445mtr Width: 90mtr Draught: 11mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tugs available: yes Tidal movement/range: 0.3mtr


Quays Total number of quays: 5 Total length of quays: 5,938mtr Quay depth: 17.5-13mtr Passenger terminals: 3


Distances/Transportation City centre: 300mtr Airport: 25km Free shuttle service to city: yes


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2016: 37,445 Total cruise calls 2016: 46 Turnaround port? no


Mailing Address Port of Volos Central Pier, Port Authority Building GR 382 21 - Volos Greece


Wwww.port-volos.gr


Other Contact Panagiotis Fevgas E fevgasp@port-volos.gr


Main Contact


Thrasivoulos Stavridopoulos President & Managing Director E admin@port-volos.gr E managingdirector@port-volos.gr P +30 2421 023 434 F +30 2421 031 115


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