• By Sea
Getting to Naxos Island from mainland Greece is simple as there are frequent services from Piraeus port and many other Greek Islands.
Piraeus port can be easily accessed from Athens International Airport, thanks to suburban rail and metro (change at Neratziotissa station) to Piraeus.
There is also a direct bus link from Athens Airport to Piraeus port (route ×96).
There are 4 to 6 daily sea schedules in total to and from Mainland Greece and journey
time depends on ferry / catamaran type. Getting here with high speed vessels will
take 3.5 to 4 hours, while journey time with a ferry is 5.5 to 6.5 hours.
Naxos is also connected with many Greek Islands. Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, Ios, Rhodes, Syros,
Kalymnos, Sikinos, Folegandros, Skiathos, Amorgos, Koufonissia are some of them.
Note: Most of the ferry companies announce their summer ferry schedules in March.
• By Air
There are 1-2 flights a day from Athens International Airport (25 minutes flight).
Nearest international airport is in Santorini Island (there are direct flights to Santorini from many European cities).
Ferry cross from Santorini is 1 hour and 30 to 50 minutes.