Ferry to Astypalea

Passengers traveling by ferry to Astypalea reach an island also known as the butterfly of the Aegean Sea!

The Chora of Astypalea is considered the most beautiful Chora in the Aegean. Also known as the queen of Astypalea it stretches from the old port up to the Venetian castle that dominates the hilltop. One from there can look at the endless blue of the sea and the islets that lie ahead. You will be welcomed by the traditional stone windmills and find many shops to relax and eat on the main square and its surroundings. Pera Gialos is at the feet of Chora and used to be the traditional and main port of Astypalaia until recently, where the port of Agios Andreas was created.

Tourists traveling to the destination Astypalea can enjoy beaches for all tastes, from organized ones offering almost everything to completely deserted ones, which are not even mapped! The most famous one is the beach of Kaminakia, but Vatses, Livadi, Steno and Psili Ammos also offer crystal clear waters and relaxation. Leaving with a ferry from Astypalaia will leave you relaxed and rested. 

Ferry routes Astypalea start from the port of Piraeus and bring you to the new port of Agios Andreas. You can also take the ferry from Kalymnos and arrive in the old port.

Ferry Port Astypalea

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

How to get to Astypalea Port

Get to Astypalea port by bus and taxi.

Bus

There is a public bus transfer service with daily connections to and from Astypalea port. In the summer season, the buses operate on a 30' basis and connect Maltezana with Chora and Agios Andreas with the port and Livadi.

Taxi

In order to schedule a taxi transfer, please call the tel. number +30 22430 61204.

Schedules & Prices Astypalea

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Discounts & Offers Astypalea

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