Andros, an island easy to reach, quite close to Athens

The island of Andros is easily accessible by ferry from the port of Rafina, on the north eastern side of Attica. There is no airport in Andros and the closest one is the International Airport of Athens. There are frequent buses from Athens airport to Rafina and the bus trip takes about 30-40 min.

Ferries to Andros depart 3 or 4 times per day and they also connect Andros with other islands of the Cyclades, such as Tinos and Mykonos. Alternatively, tourists can arrive in the Airport of Mykonos that receives many foreign charter flights in the summer, apart from domestic flights.

From Mykonos, there are daily ferries to Andros island and other Greek islands. In the high summer season, we recommend that you call ahead of time to book your spot on the ferries, especially if you’re driving a car or scooter. Spaces fill up fast! Additionally, check ferry schedules frequently as they might adjust and change according to daily weather conditions and seasons.

How to get to Andros