Contact us


    Ermionida Police Department
    Agioi Anargyroi, Kranidi
    Telephone: 2754 021210

    Port Department of Ermioni
    Telephone: 2754 033133

    BUS STATION (Association of Bus Operators –KTEL)
    13 Pantanasis street, Kranidi
    Telephone: 801 114 4000

    Kranidi Health Centre
    Telephone: 2754 360100

    Post Office
    1 Troias Str., Kranidi
    Telephone: 2754 021497

    Portocheli Port Authority
    Telephone: 2754 053333


    Αστυνομικό Τμήμα Ερμιονίδας 
    Άγιοι Ανάργυροι, Κρανίδι
    Τηλέφωνο: 2754 021210

    Λιμενικό Τμήμα Ερμιόνης
    Τηλέφωνο: 2754 033133

    Παντανάσσης 13, Κρανίδι
    Τηλέφωνο: 801 114 4000

    Κέντρο Υγείας Κρανιδίου
    Τηλέφωνο: 2754 360100

    Τροίας 1, Κρανίδι
    Τηλέφωνο: 2754 021497

    Λιμενικό Τμήμα Πορτοχελίου
    Τηλέφωνο: 2754 053333


    BY CAR

    The distance from Athens International Airport to Ermionida is covered by car in 2 hours and 30 minutes and by bus in 3 hours.

    The drive from Athens follows the direction of Corinth, shortly after the Corinth canal take exit 10 on the right towards Epidavros and under the bridge turn left towards Spetses, Kranidi, Epidavros. At some point you will cross the villages of Koliaki and Trachia, which have traditional taverns, cheese dairies, bakeries and butchers’ shops serving their own traditional products. The first village of the Municipality of Ermionida that you will meet on your right is Didyma. Heading towards the capital of Ermionida, you pass the picturesque village of Fourni and finally reach the beautiful and historic Kranidi. Ermioni is 9.65 km from Kranidi, Portocheli 8 km, Koilada 5.7 km, Iliokastro 15.2 km, Loukaiti 16 km and Thermisia 17.6 km. From Porto Heli you can reach the port of Costa, which is only 4.6 km away, to go across to the cosmopolitan island of Spetses. The route from Corinth to Ermionida (100 km) is rich in changes in the natural environment and takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes. Unless you stop to admire the unique view of the old Epidaurus or choose to visit the ancient theatre of Epidaurus.


    The Athens uburban railway (Proastiakos) will take you to Corinth for a reasonable fare. From there, a taxi or bus will take you to Ermionida.


    There are at least 3 daily departures from the port of Piraeus, covering the route to Ermioni and Porto Cheli, with stops on the islands of the Argosaronic Gulf, in about 2.00 to 2.30 hours depending on the destination and the stops on the islands. To book tickets visit An alternative route to take upon your return includes a visit to Nafplio (the old town of Nafplio is magical), possibly Mycenae and for those who like wine, Nemea is just a 4km detour from the National Road. The close proximity to the capital, easy and affordable access, has brought Ermionida to the top of the preferences of Greek and foreign visitors.