Kalamata Ferry Port
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Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.
Currently it is not possible to book cheap Kalamata ferries with Ferrysavers, but we are working hard to have them available to book soon.
Kalamata is the Peloponnese's second largest city. The city is a travel hub, with excellent rail and road connections as well as the ferries.
As a city, Kalamata is famous as the `town of olive trees', and its olives and olive oil are renowned exports. Kalamata olives are used in fine restaurants around the world, but Kalamata is also known for the 'Kalamatianos' dance and its honey, the honey covered figs and the honey-based sesame sweet `pasteli', these are real local culinary treats. The city has a charming historical centre, with beautiful neoclassical houses and also has many bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Kalamata also has theatres and theatrical groups that perform during the summer period, and the city is home to some long sandy beaches perfect for relaxing on.