There is no direct connection to the island of Naxos, but there are several ways to travel to this beautiful island. It will take some time, but it keeps the crowd away and makes Naxos a more authentic island.
Travelling via Athens
From Athens, you can reach Naxos either by plane or by ferry.
You can book your plane tickets with www.olympicair.com or www.aegeanair.com
You can find travel information for all ferry boats at: www.greekferries.gr
If you are travelling by ferry to Naxos, you can take a taxi, Metro or bus from the airport to the main Port Piraeus.
- By taxi, it will take approximately 45 minutes
- By Metro, it will take 30 to 45 minutes, depending on the metro schedule
- The metro line departs from Athens Airport every 30 minutes (05′ and 35′), starting at 6:35 and ending at 23:35.
- It will take about 60 to 90 minutes by bus.
- Bus X96, which is located between Exit 4 and 5 at the arrivals level, departs every 20-40 minutes.
Travelling via Mykonos, Santorini or Crete
You can fly to the islands Mykonos, Santorini or Crete and continue your travel from there to Naxos.
From the islands you can reach Naxos only by Ferry. You can find travel information for all ferry boats at: www.greekferries.gr
Ferry from Mykonos to Naxos: 45 min – 1.5 hour
Ferry from Santorini to Naxos: 1.5 – 2 hours
Ferry from Heraklion (Crete) to Naxos: 4 hours
Ferry from Paros to Naxos: 45 min – 1.5 hours
We wish you a pleasant journey!