Travelling by ferry: A complete travel guide for your ferry booking
Travelling by ferry in Greece: The Cyclades islands
Find all necessary information for booking your ferry tickets to one or more of the Cyclades islands below, learn which Greek islands are connected by ferry, get the ferry timetables and ticket prices and make your ferry reservations online in just a few steps.
What are the Cyclades islands?
The Cyclades Islands include about 220 Greek islands located in the center of the Aegean Sea. Known for their iconic blue-domed churches, white-washed buildings, and turquoise waters, these islands embody the quintessential Greek island experience.
Daily ferry connections link most of these islands to the main ports of Athens, Piraeus, Rafina and Lavrio, ensuring year-round accessibility. The more popular destinations like Santorini, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros and Amorgos offer a well-connected ferry network to their smaller neighboring islands.
Is island hopping possible between the Cyclades islands?
If you are island hopping in Greece, travelling by ferry between the Cyclades islands is a piece of cake. During the summer months, when ferry schedules are more frequent and ferry services are provided by even more ferry companies, it is also possible to make a ferry booking from the Cyclades to Crete, some Dodecanese islands such as Kos, Rhodes, Astypalea and Patmos, as well as North Aegean islands like Samos and Ikaria.