The ferry connection from Thessaloniki, in the north of Greece, to the Cyclades is seasonal, started again in 2018 and is not active every year. Since this ferry route is one of the easiest ways to get from Thessaloniki to the Aegean islands or Crete we suggest that you check the Ferryhopper pages for updated information.
Ferry route Thessaloniki - Cyclades - Crete
The ferry connection from Thessaloniki to the Cyclades and Crete re-started in 2018, after years of inactivity. The new ferry line serves the route Thessaloniki-Skiathos-Cyclades-Heraklion (Crete) and it's currently operated by the ferry Aqua Blue by the Seajets ferry company.
Ferry routes from Thessaloniki
The Aqua Blue ferry travels from Thessaloniki to the Cyclades 2 days every week and it takes 25hours to get to the port of Heraklion, Crete. The ferry route makes one stop in Sporades (Skiathos) and to many Cycladic islands such as Andros, Syros, Tinos, Mykonos, Paros, Naxos, or Santorini.
How much do ferry tickets cost?
The cost of the ferry ticket on the Thessaloniki - Crete trip starts from 80€. Since the ferry ride is long we suggest that you book a bed cabin, which starts from a price of 100€.
Where to book ferry tickets from Thessaloniki?
On the Ferryhopper search engine, you can book your ferry tickets from Thessaloniki at the best prices! Find all ferry schedules from Greek ports and plan holidays to the Greek islands, now!