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The   Port   of   Kyllini   is   Elia's   largest   and   busiest   harbor. Peninsula's    westernmost    port.    It    carries    cars,    and automobiles    to    the    harbors    of    Kefallonia    at    Poros, and    Zante(Zakynthos),    at    the    city    of    Zante    of    the southern   Ionian.   It   is   a   minor   harbour,   50   km   directly SW   of   Patras,   73km   (originally   76)   SW   by   road,   45   km (originally   46)   from   Pyrgos,   66km   from   Olympia.   Its not   as   large   as   other   harbors   of   Patras,   and   Greece. Operation   is   very   small.   The   port   is   located   not   far from the center of Kyllini. Features, and Information A   playground,   and   a   square   is   neighboring   the   port.   Buildings   are   founded   between   and   into   the   port. beaches,   restaruants,   and   hotels   are   located   in   the   middle   of   the   port.   Before   the   closure   of   the   railway, there   was   a   railroad   station   that   used   to   carry   passengers   by   train.   Now   only   the   railroad   hidden   in bushes,   and   other   types   of   grass   remains   without   a   train   waiting   to   be   seen.   The   harbor   has   access   by road   from   Chlemoutsi,   Lechaina,   Andravida,   Amaliada   or   Amalias,   the   area   of   Pyrgos,   Southern   Elia, Varda,   Lappa,   Western   Movri,   and   northern   Messenia   Fish   is   common   in   the   ocean   as   the   boats   float away   from   the   harbor.   The   most   in   the   western   Peloponnese.   Tens   of   boats   are   in   the   harbor.   around   5   to 6   ferry   boats   are   founded.   Each   carrying   3,000,   sometimes   5,000   automobiles   every   day   to   the   islands, 800   are   carried   to   Kefallinia   in   and   out   of   port   of   Poros,   and   thousands   are   carried   to   the   port   of   the island of Zante each day. History The   harbor   was   very   small   and   carried   only   passengers.   Improvements   were   made   later   and   started   the ferry   service   to   the   Ionian   Islands.   The   harbor   was   extended   by   around   75   to   100   m.   Lights   from   poles were   begging   to   be   lit.   Later   in   the   late   1990s,   increasing   amount   of   traffic   led   to   a   redevelopment   and expansion   of   the   port.   The   port's   land   increased   to   about   150   to   180   m   further   to   the   sea.   The   size   of   the port   is   now   about   5,000   to   10,000   m².   In   2001,   train   service   was   cut   off   or   abandoned   due   to   the   opening of the road connecting direct traffic from Kyllini to Myrsini bypassing Neochori, like a beltway. Kyllini is 54Km away from Castella Beach Hotel.
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Castella Beach Hotel Destinations

The Port of Kyllini is Elia's largest and busiest harbor. Peninsula's westernmost port. It carries cars, and automobiles to the harbors of   Kefallonia   at   Poros,   and   Zante(Zakynthos),   at   the   city   of   Zante   of the    southern    Ionian.    It    is    a    minor    harbour,    50    km    directly    SW    of Patras,   73km   (originally   76)   SW   by   road,   45   km   (originally   46)   from Pyrgos,    66km    from    Olympia.    Its    not    as    large    as    other    harbors    of Patras, and Greece. Operation   is   very   small.   The   port   is   located   not   far   from   the   center   of Kyllini. Features, and Information A playground, and a square is neighboring the port. Buildings are founded   between   and   into   the   port.   beaches,   restaruants,   and   hotels are   located   in   the   middle   of   the   port.   Before   the   closure   of   the   railway, there   was   a   railroad   station   that   used   to   carry   passengers   by   train. Now   only   the   railroad   hidden   in   bushes,   and   other   types   of   grass remains   without   a   train   waiting   to   be   seen.   The   harbor   has   access   by road   from   Chlemoutsi,   Lechaina,   Andravida,   Amaliada   or   Amalias,   the area    of    Pyrgos,    Southern    Elia,    Varda,    Lappa,    Western    Movri,    and northern   Messenia   Fish   is   common   in   the   ocean   as   the   boats   float away   from   the   harbor.   The   most   in   the   western   Peloponnese.   Tens   of boats   are   in   the   harbor.   around   5   to   6   ferry   boats   are   founded.   Each carrying   3,000,   sometimes   5,000   automobiles   every   day   to   the   islands, 800    are    carried    to    Kefallinia    in    and    out    of    port    of    Poros,    and thousands are carried to the port of the island of Zante each day. History The      harbor      was      very      small      and      carried      only      passengers. Improvements   were   made   later   and   started   the   ferry   service   to   the Ionian    Islands.    The    harbor    was    extended    by    around    75    to    100    m. Lights    from    poles    were    begging    to    be    lit.    Later    in    the    late    1990s, increasing   amount   of   traffic   led   to   a   redevelopment   and   expansion   of the   port.   The   port's   land   increased   to   about   150   to   180   m   further   to the   sea.   The   size   of   the   port   is   now   about   5,000   to   10,000   m².   In   2001, train   service   was   cut   off   or   abandoned   due   to   the   opening   of   the   road connecting   direct   traffic   from   Kyllini   to   Myrsini   bypassing   Neochori, like a beltway. Kyllini is 54Km away from Castella Beach Hotel.
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