The port of Sitia is the maritime station of the town of the same name located at the north-eastern end of the island of Crete, in the Gulf of Sitia. In the port operate the ferries that go back and forth with Piraeus (Athens) and the islands of the south-eastern Aegean (Rhodes and some islands of the Cyclades archipelago). The port is located in the city.
Buses from the KTEL line service and taxis connect the port to the rest of the island.
No parking spaces are available.
Covered seating is available.
There is no shortage of bars and restaurants in the immediate vicinity, as well as other services since the port is located right in the city of Sitia.
The small Archaeological Museum of Sitia, near the port, houses Minoan artifacts. The Folk Museum, dedicated to cultural heritage, may also be interesting, but especially the Venetian Fortress of Kazarma. The Church of Santa Caterina dates back to 1899.