Planning is the key to traveling by ferry from Athens to Mykonos like a pro! Keep reading to discover the best ferry routes from Athens to Mykonos, availability, ferry schedules, connections, travel tips, prices and many more. Here we go!
Going to Mykonos by ferry is easy! Ferries from Athens to Mykonos and ferries from Mykonos to Athens operate daily throughout the year.
The main ports that serve the route from Athens to Mykonos and vice versa are Piraeus and Rafina.
Ferry tickets to Mykonos cost '28' 'EUR' (28 Euros) - '60' 'EUR' (60 Euros) for a seat on deck.
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What are the ferry routes from Athens to Mykonos?
Ferries from Athens to Mykonos operate every day all year round. However, during the peak season (May to September) multiple ferries per day depart in the morning and the evening.
• The first ferry to Mykonos departs from Piraeus at 6.50 and the last at 21.30. Ferry routes from Piraeus to Mykonos are frequent (at least 4 per day in the peak season).
• Ferries from Rafina to Mykonos also operate daily all year round. In the peak season, there are 4-5 ferry routes per day, while at the low season there are 1-2 ferry routes per day.
Indicative Ferry Routes from Athens to Mykonos (Piraeus & Rafina ports)*
Multiple times per day
€28.00 - €113.00
€47.00 - €58.00
€29.00 - €46.00
€29.00 - €98.00
€60.00 - €95.00
€50.00 - €69.00
What types of ferries travel from Athens to Mykonos?
The types of ferries that travel from Athens to Mykonos are the conventional ferries and high-speed/catamaran ferries. Conventional ferries are slower while high-speed/catamaran ferries are faster. More specifically, a conventional ferry will get you to Mykonos in 5 hours and a high-speed ferry in about 2-3 hours. A conventional ferry (Blue Star Ferries) is a better option if you’re not in a hurry and get seasick easily. A conventional ferry (Blue Star Ferries) is a better option if you’re not in a hurry and get seasick easily. A high-speed/catamaran ferry (Seajets and Golden Star Ferries) is a better option if you want to reach your destination faster.
How long is the ferry trip from Athens to Mykonos?
The duration of the trip from Athens to Mykonos is 2 to 5 hours, depending on the type of ferry. A high-speed or catamaran ferry will get you from Athens to Mykonos in 2-3.5 hours, while a conventional ferry will get you to Mykonos in 4-5 hours. Ferries to Mykonos arrive at the New Port in Tourlos area.
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