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Naxos

Getting there & away

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Water

Ferry

There are price differences of about €1 to €3 between ferry companies whose vessels operate on the same ferry route. The more-expensive price is given here.

Naxos has around six ferry connections daily with Piraeus (€29, five hours), Paros (€7, one hour), Ios (€11.50, 1¼ hours) and Santorini (€15.50, three hours), as well as four daily with Mykonos (€7.70, three hours).

There is one daily boat to Tinos (€7.80, 4¼ hours), Syros (€11.50, three hours), Iraklia (€7, one hour), Schinousa (€7.50, 1¼ hours), Koufonisia (€9, two hours), Amorgos (€14, 2½ hours), Donousa (€9, one to four hours) and Ikaria (€12.20, 1½ hours).

There are five ferries weekly to Anafi (€13.60, seven hours).

There are two boats weekly to Astypalea (€23, 5½ hours), Sikinos (€6.30, 3½ hours) and Folegandros (€9.30, 2½ hours).

One ferry goes weekly to Kythnos (€14.80, seven hours), Kea (€14.40, 8¾ hours), Lavrio (€18.50, 10 hours), Thessaloniki (€36.30, 15 hours), Rhodes (€23, 14 hours), Kos (€16, 8¼ hours) and Iraklio (€19.50, seven hours).

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Boat

Fast boat & catamaran

There are at least two catamarans daily to Paros (€13.50, 45 minutes), Mykonos (€19.50, 1½ hours) and Piraeus (€51, four hours). There are also daily services to Ios (€20.20, 50 minutes), Santorini (€23.60, 1½ hours) and Iraklio on Crete (€40.90, 3¼ hours), and four weekly to Tinos (€20, 1½ hours) and Syros (€21, 1¼ hours).

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Air

There is at least one flight daily and two on Sunday to Athens (€58, 45 minutes). Olympic Airlines is represented by Naxos Tours (22850 22095; naxostours@naxos-island.com), on the waterfront, which also sells ferry tickets.

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