Cyclades, Greece

Wondering how can you get to Naxos by ferry? Just use our search engine and get the best routes and prices possible for your dates. Popular routes include Athens (Piraeus) to Naxos, Mykonos to Naxos and Santorini to Naxos.

Ferry schedules and tickets to Naxos

Naxos is the largest island in the Cyclades and it is located just in the center of the Aegean! Naxos is well connected with several other islands with frequent ferry schedules, making the island an ideal hub for your island-hopping adventure. There are year-round ferry connections from Naxos to Athens through the ports of Piraeus and Lavrion. During the winter, there are at least two ferries per day from Piraeus to Naxos, while in the summer the timetables get denser. The most frequent ferry routes departing from Naxos are towards Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, and Tinos.

Apart from these islands, Naxos is directly connected to Heraklion, Crete with several high-speed ferries per day. From Naxos, you can also get to the islands of the North-eastern Aegean, and more specifically with Ikaria, Samos, Chios, and Lesvos (Mytilene). This is one of the main advantages of Naxos, as it can serve as a basis for reaching out most of the islands of the Aegean for island-hopping. A special mention should be done for the connections between Naxos and the islands of the Small Cyclades (Mikres Kyklades) i.e. Koufonisia, Donousa, Irakleia, Schinoussa, and Amorgos. This route is served on a daily basis by the most legendary ferry of the Aegean, "Express Skopelitis". And traveling with Express Skopelitis is a must for every island-hopper!

And if you want to combine the Cyclades with the Dodekanese, then Naxos is your connecting island as there are ferries to Rhodes, Kos, Karpathos, Kalymnos, Nisyros etc.

However, you do not need to get confused with all these options! Just search in ferryhopper, and let our algorithms show you all the available routes, even the indirect ones!

Naxos has direct ferry connections with 49 ports:

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