Getting to Paros Greece

Getting to Paros Greece is quite easy, The island of Paros  is also accessible by ferry . Most people choose to fly directly to Mykonos but others may be Island hopping or have visited Athens so they can take the ferry from athens to Mykonos Island.

Getting to Paros Greece from Athens

Boats and ferries to Paros depart from 2 ports in Athens – Piraeus and Rafina – from and to Paros Greece. During the summer months, ferries to Paros run pretty frequently – there are normally about 2 to 3 ferries each day. It takes about 4 to 6 hours depending on which ferry to Paros you are on. Please be aware that all the ferry timetables are not published until later in the year, so the full schedule may not be available until closer to your departure time.

Use our  ferry booking tool on the right of this page to book your ferry ticket to Paros. Depending on which ferry you take, the ferry will stop at a few other Islands before arriving in Paros Greece.

You may also need to spend a night in Athens depending on what time your ferry leaves at. Check out hotels in Piraeus here or hotels in Rafina here.