Mykonos Ferries and connections to other greek islands

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Written By: Pavlos Inglesis

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This is my handmade map of all the connections; Ferryhopper has all the timetables and tickets to and from Mykonos

You can download a high resolution of the map here.

I have always been wondering if someone could build a map of all the ferries that connect the Greek islands but in a London Tube Map design style, as this would have been extremely helpful for everyone looking to visit several islands.

  • Ferryhopper is the largest and most safe website in Greece to book your ferry tickets from Athens to Santorini, but you can also use it just for checking timetables and prices between Athens and all greek islands.
  • Booking.com Flights has all the available options for flights from Athens to Santorini (JTR is Santorini’s airport code) with all possible airlines (Aegean, Ryanair, Easyjet, TUI, Olympic, British Airways, Sky Express, Volotea etc)

Here are some extremely important Disclaimer Notes on this map:

  • Not all ferries do the same routes every year
  • Bluestar Ferries are usually the slowest because they go through more islands and are bigger and heavier ferries
  • Some ferries do circular/loop routes that don’t go through the same islands when they return back to their base (e.g. Piraeus)
  • The same ferry could do a different route on a Monday and a different route on a Wednesday visiting different islands

Nevertheless, I tried to collect all available routes for this year and crafted a map with pretty much every route available so that you can get an idea of where you can actually go with a direct ferry to and from Mykonos. Hope you like it and find it useful!

THIS IS ONLY AN INDICATIVE MAP TO SHOW THE AVAILABLE CONNECTIONS.

The best thing to do if you are looking to book a ferry to the greek islands is to check on Ferryhopper for the latest Schedules and up to date routes.

Check the Santorini Ferries Map too.

Also, check my latest videos from inside two of the most popular greek ferries.

I recently took the Seajet Ferry and I shot a video showing all interior and exterior areas so that you get an idea of how it looks like
If you are wondering how it is inside a ferry to the greek islands then here is my complete tour of the Highspeed 4 Ferry (interior and exterior)

It’s good to remember also that, as a rule of thumb, if the ferry to a Greek island takes more than 5 hours, then it’s better if you fly to the island.

You can always search directly here to see if and when there are ferries from Athens to Santorini:

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Pavlos Inglesis
Greek, born and raised in Athens. I have been to almost every greek island and pretty much in every region of mainland Greece. I have also been eating souvlaki and gyros since the 80s. I love being a dad to my 2 beautiful daughters and also taking great photos of the places I visit. This is my blog to help you out explore the places I have visited with my inside tips as a Greek, knowing the ins and outs of my country and culture. Feel free to ask any questions in the comments section under the post you are interested in and I wIll try my best to respond asap.

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