Antiparos To Mykonos Ferry (& Mykonos To Antiparos Ferry)

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Sarah-Jane has lived in Croatia for 10+ years. SJ, as she is known, has been traveling the Balkans & beyond since 2000. She now shares her passion for traveling with her husband & kids.

Knowing how to get from one beautiful Greek island to another is a must-know piece of knowledge. Island hopping is a fantastic activity to try when visiting this stunning region of the world. There are so many islands to visit – yet – so little time!

The good news is that you can move between islands relatively easily, you simply need the knowledge, and you’re well away!

If you’re thinking of visiting stunning and chilled-out Antiparos, you’re sure to have a relaxing time. With a lack of wide-ranging tourism, this island is the ideal place to catch some R&R, with some amazing beaches to spend your time on. However, at some point, you may want to enjoy a little tourism and nightlife. In that case, why not hop over to glittering Mykonos?

Mykonos has gained a reputation as celebrity central over the last few years, and you’ll find
famous DJs playing sets until the morning hours. However, Mykonos isn’t all about partying, as the beaches and the history are also worth soaking up. Be sure to visit Little Venice and check out the sunset too!

So, how do you get from Antiparos to Mykonos and then from Mykonos to Antiparos? Let us show you in this transportation guide.


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How To Get From Antiparos To Mykonos

Things to do in Antiparos Island Greece - Restaurant on Antiparos Island We’re talking about two islands here, and there is no bridge that connects Mykonos to Antiparos –  so you will need to take a ferry between the islands.

There is no Mykonos-Antiparos ferry; unfortunately, meaning there is no direct option between Antiparos and Mykonos, but that doesn’t mean it’s not completely doable.

Mykonos To Paros Ferry

First, you will need to take the ferry from Antiparos to the neighboring island, Paros. Then, you will connect from Pounta (a small resort on Paros) to Mykonos.

It’s not as long-winded as it sounds, as the distances between each points is short and the ferries are plentiful. There are more ferries between the islands during summer compared to winter, but as you’re more likely to travel during that time, you should have no issues.


Antiparos To Paros Ferry Tickets

Head to the port on Antiparos and purchase your ticket for the ferry over to Pounta (Paros). You cannot pre-book your tickets, so you will simply need to arrive early during the peak season. However, Antiparos is never a very busy island in general,so you shouldn’t have any issues.

Paros to Mykonos Ferry

The fastest route between Mykonos and Paros takes just 7 minutes, although you may have to wait for a ferry to depart, depending upon the time of day – the schedule isn’t fixed. During summer, there are an average of 4 ferry crossings daily from Paros-Mykonos and also Mykonos-Paros.

Once you arrive in Pounta, you will take the connecting ferry over to Mykonos. The Paros to Mykonos crossing is far more popular, and there are several options in terms of the company you can choose. Depending upon availability, you can also pre-book your tickets online or at the port.


Mykonos To Antiparos Ferry Companies

The main operators are Golden Star Ferries, Minoan Lines, and SeaJets, with the latter often being the fastest, although the most expensive as a result. Crossing times vary between 1 hour to 1.5 hours.

During the summer months, there are around 5 ferries per day, and this reduces during the winter months to just a couple.

Mykonos To Antiparos

Mykonos To Ios Ferry Info - Little Venice On Mykonos Island Greece To return back to Antiparos from Mykonos, you simply reverse the above information. That is, to travel from Mykonos to Pounta on Paros and then catch the very short ferry back over to Antiparos from Paros.

Now that you know how to get to Antiparos from Mykonos, we hope that you enjoy your island adventures.

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