Ferry to Andros

Passengers traveling by ferry to Andros visit one of the most famous and beautiful islands of the Cyclades Island Group!

The island is the 2nd largest of the Cyclades Group, following Naxos, and is located in the north-eastern part of the group. It is a very large island and offers a lot of sightseeing. Both the touristic infrastructure and the road network are well constructed. Therefore it is a good idea to explore the island in your own car or in a rented one.

Passengers traveling to the destination Andros find white sandy beaches, which is typical for the Cyclades, and rather uncommon, rich green stretches of land and valleys. Menites, Stenies and Apikia are villages that seem to hide in the vegetation. Olive trees, pines and fruit trees luxuriate because of the famous Sariza spring, which provides natural spring water to the whole country. Visitors are very impressed by the golden sandy beaches with their clear blue waters, by the lots of landmarks and the island’s architecture, which brings to mind past glories of Andros.

Andros is easily approachable by ferries from Piraeus and Rafina in Athens. In addition to the conventional ferries, high-speed ferries connect the island during summer in order to encounter the high touristic fluctuation that the island experiences every year. Euboea and Tinos are also easily accessible from Andros.

Ferry Port Andros

Forthcoming information advice on how to get to the ferry port Andros by bus (if available) and taxi as well as its geographical location.

How to get to Andros Port

Get to Andros port by bus and taxi.


There is a public bus transfer service with daily connections to and from Andros port. Please check the Andros Bus Service Website for more specific information.


In order to schedule a taxi transfer, please visit the Andros Taxi Service Website or call the tel. number +30 22820 22171.

Schedules & Prices Andros

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Discounts & Offers Andros

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