From Athens airport to Piraeus
There are 3 options for this journey.
Taxi: – There is a rank outside the arrivals hall and costs approx. 40 euros.
Metro: – The station is sign posted from arrivals and costs 10 euros but involves a change partway through the journey.
Bus: – The X96 which costs 5 euros takes you directly from arrivals to the port of Piraeus.
Be aware that for the taxi and bus at least 1.5 hours is required for the journey during peak season. The metro is about 1 hour.
From Piraeus to Paros
Paros is connected several times a day with the port of Piraeus (Athens) both with Highspeed (3 hours) and normal (4.5 hours) ferries. Daily connections are also available to Mykonos (45 minutes), Santorini (2 hours) and Naxos (30 minutes). For a detailed timetable of all of theses, go to www.danae.gr
Paros is only accessible by plane from Athens airport with 4 flights per day. Go to www.olympicair.com
for all flight information regarding this route.
There are two ports connecting Antiparos with Paros.
The first is Parikia (Paros main port) where 2 boats run from mid-May until the end of September and take you directly to our Island on a 20-minute journey.
The other port is at Pounda and can be reached by the Number 4 bus that leaves the bus station which is situated approx. 100 metres on the right when you disembark the main ferry, or take a taxi. The small connecting ferry will always wait for the bus and takes 5 minutes to reach us. This runs every half hour up until 2.30am in the summer months.