Traveling from Mykonos to Naxos by ferry
There are 4 daily ferry crossings from Mykonos to Naxos in high season with tickets cost starting from €20. Read our ferry guide with the latest information for this route.
Ferry schedules from Mykonos to Naxos*
Is there a ferry from Mykonos to Naxos?
Usually, there are at least 4 ferries per day by 5 ferry companies in the Mykonos to Naxos route. This is mainly a seasonal connection operated by high-speed or conventional ferries. The ferry companies that usually run this line are Seajers, Minoan Lines, Blue Star Ferries, Fast Ferries, and Golden Star Ferries. The schedules and itineraries are subject to change depending on the season and the weather but you can check real-time data on our fare search engine.
How long is the ferry ride from Mykonos to Naxos?
The ferry ride is around 40 minutes. The duration of the ferry trip also depends on the type of vessel and its scheduled itinerary.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Mykonos to Naxos?
Yes, there are ferry companies that run the route Mykonos - Naxos with fast ferries, mainly during the summer. The duration of the trip with the high-speed ferry to Naxos is 35-40 minutes.
How much is the ferry from Mykonos to Naxos?
The cost of a single ferry ticket starts from €20 and can be up to €60. The final ticket price depends on reductions, offers, seat type, vehicle option, or vessel type.
What's the ferry schedule from Mykonos to Naxos?
In high season there are at least 4 ferry crossings per day serving the Mykonos-Naxos route. The earliest ferry from Mykonos departs around 10.00 and the latest around 19.00. In the winter the easiest way to get from Mykonos to Naxos is indirect, via Syros.
What's the distance between Mykonos and Naxos?
The distance between Mykonos and the port of Naxos is 21 nautical miles (around 39 km).
Am I allowed to travel from Mykonos to Naxos?
Yes, travel across Greek destinations is currently allowed. For the latest information on COVID-19 and ferry traveling in Greece please check our relevant FAQ section.
Where can I book ferry tickets from Mykonos to Naxos?
On Ferryhopper you can check updated ferry schedules and daily crossings for the Mykonos-Naxos route and book cheap ferry tickets online.
The walls of the Castle in Naxos town, right on top of the island port.
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Mykonos to Naxos
- Mykonos port can get quite busy during the summer months so we recommend arriving at least 45 minutes prior to departure.
- Please keep in mind that the weather conditions might affect the duration of your ferry trip from Mykonos to Santorini, particularly if you travel with a high-speed vessel.
- Summer ferry rides can be a bit bumpy. There is nothing to worry about but if you feel seasick you can ask the ferry crew for some aspirin or carry with you anti-nausea pills.
- We recommend booking your return to Mykonos in advance as tickets sell out fast.
- Check out our dedicated destination page for tips about holidays in Naxos.
- Island hopping around Naxos is the best! Check our Map of Ferries to discover all its ferry connections with Paros, Amorgos or Santorini.
- For extra tips on this route, check our blog A Ferry(tale) to Naxos with insights on ferries.
Where to take the ferry from Mykonos to Naxos?
Mykonos has 2 ports: the new one in Tourlos and the old one. The new port is the one that serves the ferry connection between Mykonos and other Greek destinations. The port (Troulos) is located only 2.5km from Chora, 4km from Mykonos airport and is easily accessible by local buses or taxis. You can find more information on the ports of Mykonos on our relevant blog post.
Ferry companies in Greece are usually quite flexible when it comes to luggage size and weight. You can keep your luggage next to you or store your bags and suitcases in the designated luggage area on the ferry to Naxos.
Good to know: bear in mind that there is no check-in procedure for luggage items.
Tip: each ferry company has its own baggage allowance policy. We recommend that you don’t carry more than 50 kg of luggage to avoid delays due to restricted space in the luggage area.
The trip to Naxos isn’t very long, and many high-speed ferries don’t have cabins. For extra comfort during the journey, you can book a seat.