The little island of Thirassia, which is actually a relic of a volcano eruption,
remains untouched by time. The small narrow alleys, the few white houses, the few
locals and the fact that it has not yet been discovered by most of the tourists make
the island of Thirassia a small heaven on earth. The view from Manola, the capital
of the island, built high in Kaldera, is simply enchanting. The settlements of the
island have electricity and a water supply system, some stores, restaurants, surgeries,
some lodging but you will not find lots of people and traffic. The food in Thirassia
is amazing since all products are fresh. Taste the local dishes and you’ll find them
The Thirassia Port
You can easily and comfortably take a ferry from Piraeus, Rafina and the surrounding
islands for Thirassia. You can also book your ferry tickets online via aktoploika.gr
for a journey more comfortable and carefree. To arrive at Thirassia you can travel
from Piraeus to Santorini, a journey that lasts 9 hours by ferry and about 4 to 5
hours by speed ferry, and then take the ferry to Thirassia. There is also a ferry
departing from Rafina for Santorini, a journey that lasts about 8 hours and again
you can take the ferry to Thirassia from Santorini. Thirassia is very close to Santorini
and the journey does not last more than 20 minutes. There is also a direct ferry
from Piraeus to Thirassia, which makes several stops at the surrounding islands.
You can also find frequently departures from the port of Ammoudi (Oia, Santorini)
operated with small local boats all year round. Near the port of Thirassia, Riva,
you will find a tavern or two.
Connection With Other Islands
Thirassia has a ferry connection with the following ports: Anafi, Folegandros, Ios,
Naxos, Paros, Santorini, Ammoudi (Oia), Sikinos and Syros.
You can now book ferry tickets online for Thirassia via Aktoploika.gr. If you plan
to travel during July and August, it’s best if you have booked several days or weeks
earlier to avoid hitches. You should also know that round-
If you like hiking, Thirassia has to offer very nice rural paths while in general distances on the island are not very long if you feel like exploring it on foot. There is, of course, a small and old bus on the islands and some itineraries as well as some rural taxis, which you will usually find them at Riva, the port of Thirassia.
Visitors in Thirassia definitely won’t be interested in how they move in the island, as Santorini’s magnificent view and the endless Aegean blue scenery are above any needs. The one and only bus, connectts Manola Village with Potamos and Riva Port, even though routes aren’t that frequent and the island’s roads don’t allow high speed. Don’t hesitate to hijack one of the few cars in the island, because this is definitely the most popular way to move here.
To circle of the volcano!
Very close to Santorini, Thirassia, is a small part of the west coast of the ancient
Strogkili. An island the was created by the terrible earthquake of 1650 BC. Together
with Santorini and Aspronisi complete an imaginary circle. In its center,there is
Therasia, hosts many natural beauties, while the architecture of the houses and thechurches, the white houses, the vegetation in combination with the turquoise waters are some of the main features of the island. An ideal destination for those who want to enjoy peaceful holidays away from the crowds and the daily life. ITs port is called Riva. To arrive there you can use their boats from the Amoudi bay to OIA and it takes about 20 minutes to reach your destination.
It is worth noting that from the bowels of thirassia, in the mid-
Happy Holidays in Thirassia!!!
Ferry tickets and offers to Thirassia
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