My work involves a lot of traveling around Greece, which is good. But these trips usually take place during weekends, which is not as good. Nonetheless, they are always a good opportunity for new foto-aparat posts.
This post is all you need to know, if you travel from Thessaloniki to the island of Zakynthos by car.
Thessaloniki to Zakynthos, direction south.
Less than 400 kilometers away, you drive past Delphi, through the valley of Eleones, full of olive trees.
Over the fancy Rio - Antirio bridge, that lands you on the Peloponnese peninsula.
Driving past the city of Patra, through it's impressive new ring road.
After almost 6,5 hours of driving, having covered a distance of about 550 km, you reach the port of Kyllini.
This port links you to the island of Zakynthos and Kefalonia.
Embarkation on the ferry boat.
Fellow travelers on board to Zakynthos.
A short break on the information overload, for an arty image.
The top deck of the ferry boat.
After 1,5 hour on board, finally reaching the port of Zakynthos.
Disembarkation for vehicles and travelers.
Some fast sightseeing: St. Dionysus church in Zakynthos.
A small tavern by the port.
And some nicely scattered clouds over Zakynthos.
I could keep on posting photos from my way back to Thessaloniki. But I guess I've already wasted enough of your valuable time!