Traveling from Athens (port of Piraeus) to Tinos by ferry
Normally, there is 1 daily crossing from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos throughout the year. At least 1 ferry company operates on this route and tickets start at €25. Find the latest information about this route in our ferry guide.
Ferry schedules from Athens (port of Piraeus) to Tinos*
Is there a ferry from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos?
You can catch a ferry from Piraeus to Tinos throughout the year. Usually, there is at least 1 daily ferry crossing from the port of Piraeus in Athens to Tinos, mostly serviced by standard vessels. Ferry company Blue Star Ferries normally operates on this route.
How long is the ferry ride from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos?
The Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos ferry duration is around 4 hr 10 min with standard ferries. The travel time varies depending on weather conditions and the type of vessel.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos?
Normally, there are only standard vessels from Piraeus to Tinos. During peak season, there may be fast ferries connecting the port of Piraeus with Tinos in approximately 3 hr 15 min.
How much is the ferry from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos?
The Athens (Piraeus) - Tinos ferry price ranges from approximately €25 to €80. The ticket cost can be higher or lower depending on discounts, offers, as well as seat and vessel type.
What’s the ferry schedule from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos?
There is 1 daily sailing from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos year round. The earliest ferry departs from Piraeus at 07:30 and arrives in Tinos around 11:40, while the latest scheduled trip to Tinos from Athens is usually at 16:00, arriving around 20:10.
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 Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos on our fare search engine.
What’s the distance between Athens (Piraeus) and Tinos?
The distance between the port of Piraeus and Tinos is 86 nautical miles (approximately 160km).
Am I allowed to travel from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos?
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 Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos?
You can easily book cheap Athens (Piraeus) - Tinos ferry tickets on Ferryhopper with no extra cost. Find information about available routes on Ferryhopper’s Map of ferries, compare ferry companies and itineraries and book ferry tickets from Athens to Tinos in just 4 clicks!
Traditional windmill at the village of Ktikados in Tinos
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos
Here are some useful tips for your ferry trip from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos:
- The port of Piraeus can get quite busy in the summer, so we recommend that you arrive at least 1 hr 30 min before departure.
- The route Piraeus - Tinos is one of the most popular, meaning ferry tickets and accommodation options sell out fast, especially during the summer months. We recommend that you plan and book your trip 3 to 4 months in advance, to avoid last-minute unavailability.
- Ferries to Tinos depart from more ports in Athens. Apart from Piraeus crossings, there are also frequent ferry routes from the ports of Rafina and Lavrio.
- Tinos is a great starting point for island hopping in the Cyclades. You can travel directly by ferry to Andros, Paros, Mykonos, Santorini and more islands. Check your island-hopping options and plan your itinerary on Ferryhopper.
- For more information about the trip to Tinos and departure times, do not hesitate to contact the Ferryhopper Customer Support Team!
Where to take the ferry from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos
You can catch the ferry to Tinos from the port of Piraeus in Athens. The port of Piraeus is located approximately 15km south of the city center of Athens and 45km from Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos. You can get to the port of Piraeus by car, taxi, as well as public transport, including bus, metro and suburban railway.
Ferries from Athens (Piraeus) to Tinos normally depart from Gates E7, E8 and E9. Ferryhopper suggests that you always check your ticket and the electronic display boards located at the port for more information on departure gates, as they can change.
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 to Tinos.
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.
Standard ferries to Tinos have cabins and numbered seats for a more comfortable crossing. If you want to get a cabin for your trip to Tinos, we recommend that you book as soon as possible as beds are limited.