Travel to Antiparos and Paros


Antiparos does not have an airport or a big port but it is reachable by a 5-minute ferry boat from Paros island. You can see the daily ferry schedule from Pounda (Paros) to Antiparos here.

Ferry tickets from Piraeus (the port of Athens) or Rafina to Paros are available online. It is highly recommended to book your ferry tickets to Paros well in advance if you are planning on visiting the island during the months of July and August. Visitor traffic is at it’s peak during this time. By booking a round trip ticket you can expect considerable discounts on your ticket prices as well. Loyalty cards will get you a discount on the car fee.

Some transportation options for consideration are renting a car, motorbike, bicycle or, you can look for the local bus itineraries.

Paros is reachable by boat or by plane, from Athens and from the other Cycladic islands.

Paros by Boat

  • Port of Piraeus
    Telephone: +30 2104226000
  • Port of Rafina
    Telephone: +30 2294022300 or +30 2294022487
  • Port Authority of Paros:
    Telephone: +30 2284021240
  • Port Authority of Antiparos
    Telephone: +30 2284061485
  • Hellenic Seaways
    Telephone: +30 2104199000
  • Blue Star Ferries
    Telephone: +30 2108919800

Paros by Plane

  • Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”
    Telephone: +30 2103530000
  • Olympic Airways
    Telephone: +30 2109666666 or +30 8011144444
  • Aegean Airlines
    Telephone: +30 2106261000 or +30 8011120000

It’s possible to find direct international flights to Mykonos, from where you can reach Paros by high-speed boat. Contact Easyjet or Eurofly for more information. The island of Antiparos welcomes you!