Ferry from Naxos to Mykonos
Tickets & Schedules
Is there a ferry from Naxos to Mykonos?
You can normally catch a ferry from Naxos to Mykonos during peak season. Usually, there are around 7-8 daily ferry crossings to Mykonos in the summer. The route is normally serviced by Golden Star Ferries, Seajets and more ferry companies, such as Blue Star Ferries, Minoan Lines and Fast Ferries.
How long is the ferry ride from Naxos to Mykonos?
The Naxos to Mykonos ferry duration ranges from approximately 35 min to almost 2 hr. The travel time varies, depending on weather conditions, the type of vessel and the ferry itinerary.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Naxos to Mykonos?
Yes, most crossings from Naxos to Mykonos are serviced by high-speed ferries. The fastest ferry to Mykonos makes the trip in 35 min.
How much is the ferry from Naxos to Mykonos?
The Naxos - Mykonos ferry price ranges from approximately €21 to €63. The ticket cost can be higher or lower depending on discounts, offers, seat and vessel type, as well as vehicle selection.
What’s the ferry schedule from Naxos to Mykonos?
There are frequent ferry crossings from Naxos to Mykonos between late April and October. During the summer months, there are more ferry companies operating on this route, meaning there can be more than 8 daily crossings to Mykonos. The earliest ferry departs from Naxos at 07:55 and arrives in Mykonos at 10:30, while the latest scheduled trip to Mykonos from Naxos is usually at 16:35, arriving around 17:25.
Good to know: ferry schedules are subject to change depending on the season. Find the latest information and check real-time data for ferries from Naxos to Mykonos on our fare search engine.
What’s the distance between Naxos and Mykonos?
The distance between Naxos and Mykonos is 22 nautical miles (approximately 41km).
Am I allowed to travel from Naxos to Mykonos?
For the latest information on COVID-19 and ferry travel in Greece, visit our relevant FAQ section.
Where can I book cheap ferry tickets from Naxos to Mykonos?
You can easily book cheap Naxos - Mykonos ferry tickets on Ferryhopper with no extra fees. Find information about available routes on Ferryhopper’s Map of ferries, compare ferry companies and itineraries, and book ferry tickets from Naxos to Mykonos in just 4 clicks!
Red boat at the quaint old port of Mykonos
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Naxos to Mykonos
Here are some useful tips for your ferry trip from Naxos to Mykonos:
- The port of Naxos is quite busy in the summer, as it serves ferry routes to Athens, as well as more islands in the Aegean Sea. Make sure you get to the port at least 60 min in advance.
- Most ferries arrive at the New Port of Mykonos, but depending on weather conditions, ferries may travel to the Old Port instead. You can consult the port and ferry personnel for more information about the arrival port.
- On Ferryhopper, you can discover island-hopping options from Mykonos to more Greek islands, such as Tinos, Syros, Naxos, Ikaria and Paros.
- Read about Covid-19 ferry safety measures and learn how to stay safe during your trip to Mykonos.
- For more information about the trip to Mykonos and departure times, do not hesitate to contact the Ferryhopper Customer Support Team!
Where to take the ferry from Naxos to Mykonos
You can catch the ferry to Mykonos from the port of Naxos on the west coast of the island. Naxos Port is located in the capital of the island, close to all visitor amenities and traveler services. You can easily walk to the port from the center of Chora, as well as catch an intercity bus or taxi from popular locations around the island.
Ferry companies 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 from Naxos to Mykonos.
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 50kg of luggage to avoid delays due to restricted space in the luggage area.
High-speed ferries do not have cabins, but they have numbered seats. There are cabins and numbered seats on standard ferries, but since the trip is short, we recommend that you book a seat for extra comfort.