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Mykonos to Athens (Piraeus) Ferries

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Updated: June 3, 2024
By Santorini Dave

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Ferries to Athens from Mykonos Ferry Port.

The main Mykonos ferry port (also called Tourlos or the New Ferry Port) is 2 km north of Mykonos Town. The port is well served by bus and taxi which stop directly in front of the ferries. Tickets to Athens can be purchased at the port but I recommend buying ferry tickets in advance.

Ferries from Mykonbos to Athens (Piraeus)

The Piraeus Ferry Port (30 minutes by metro or taxi from central Athens) is a 2.5 to 4-hour ferry ride from Mykonos by the fastest highspeed ferries and catamarans, and 5 to 6 hours by the slower car ferries. Most ferries from Mykonos to Piraeus also stop in Tinos or Syros en route. In high season (May to October) there will be 3 to 5 ferries per day to Athens. In low season there will always be at least one ferry per day. Typically, ferries go from Athens to Mykonos in the morning and depart from Mykonos to Athens in the afternoon.

How to buy ferry tickets: Ferryhopper.com
• Best seats: I recommend Business or VIP if available (nicer seats in a more relaxed setting)
• When to book tickets: 2 to 3 months in advance (any sooner and some ferry routes might not be released yet, any later and some ferries could be sold out)

Example Mykonos to Piraeus Ferry Schedule

Mykonos to Athens Ferry Schedule.

Mykonos-Piraeus ferry schedule on Ferryhopper.com.

Mykonos to Athens ferries arrival in Piraeus.

Ferries from Mykonos to Athens arrive at gates E6, E7, and E8 in Piraeus, directly across the street from the train station.

Common Ferries from Mykonos to Athens (Piraeus)

SeaJets World Champion Jet is the best ferry from Mykonos to Athens (Piraeus Ferry Port).

The SeaJets Worldchampion Jet is the fastest ferry from Mykonos to Athens (Piraeus).

VIP/Business Class seats on Mykonos to Athens ferry.

I recommend VIP or Business Class seats for the extra space and more-relaxed atmosphere.

FastFerries Thunder from Mykonos to Piraeus (Athens).

The FastFerries Thunder ferry from Mykonos to Piraeus (Athens).

Blue Star Myconos from Mykonos to Piraeus (Athens).

Blue Star Myconos from Mykonos to Piraeus (Athens).

Blue Star Paros ferry from Mykonos to Piraeus (Athens).

Blue Star Paros ferry from Mykonos to Piraeus (Athens).

Train from Piraeus to Athens Airport.

There is now a direct train from the Piraeus ferry port to Athens International Airport. The station is directly across the street from the E6 port entrance.

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