Planning is the key to traveling by ferry from Athens to Aegina! Keep reading to discover the best ferry routes from Athens to Aegina, availability, ferry schedules, connections, travel tips, prices, and many more!
Since Aegina is a popular destination for weekend getaways, there are morning and afternoon ferries from Athens (Piraeus) throughout the year. However, in the summer, there are more ferries to Aegina.
Note: Aegina has 3 ports: Aegina Port, Souvala Port and Agia Marina Port.
The price of a ferry ticket from Athens to Aegina is '8' 'EUR' (8 Euros) - '14' 'EUR' (14 Euros) for a standard seat, depending on the type of ferry.
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What are the ferry routes from Athens to Aegina?
Ferry connections between Athens and Aegina are very frequent in peak season, but there are itineraries all year round. More specifically, in the summer, there are usually daily 7-12 ferries to Aegina from 7.00 to 20.40.
Indicative Ferry Routes from Athens (Piraeus) to Aegina*
Multiple times per day
€8.00 - €8.00
€13.00 - €14.00
€8.90 - €8.90
What types of ferries travel from Athens to Aegina?
The types of ferries that travel from Athens to Aegina are high-speed/catamaran ferries and conventional ferries. The ferry companies that sail from Athens to Aegina are Blue Star Ferries, Anes Lines, and Saronic Ferries.
How long is the ferry trip from Athens to Aegina?
The ferry trip from Athens to Aegina lasts for 40 minutes to 1 hour, depending on the type of ferry. More specifically, conventional ferries will get you from Athens to Aegina in about 1 hour, while high-speed/catamaran ferries in 40 minutes.
Tickets for conventional ferries are cheaper than tickets for high speed/ catamaran ferries. If you’re traveling on a budget, we suggest opting for a conventional ferry.
The best way to plan your trip from Athens to Aegina is to book your ferry tickets in advance, as Greek ferries may be fully booked, especially in July and August. This also applies to ferry tickets from Aegina to Athens.
If you’re planning to island-hop at the Saronic Gulf, Aegina is an ideal island-hopping base, thanks to its proximity to other Saronic islands.
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