Naxos ferries connect Cyclades Islands with Athens, Dodecanese Islands & Crete with crossings available to Paros, Schinoussa, Thira, Anafi, Katapola, Aegiali, Donoussa, Ios, Iraklia, Koufonissi, Syros, Milos, Sikinos, Folegandros, Thirasia, Mykonos, Tinos, Sifnos, Kea, Kythnos, Andros & Kimolos (in Cyclades Islands), Piraeus, Rafina & Lavrio (in Athens), Rhodes, Kos, Astypalea, Leros & Patmos (in Dodecanese Islands) & Heraklion (in Crete). Sailings from Naxos are operated by numerous ferry companies.
There are up to 70 ferry crossings daily from Naxos with sailing durations starting from 30 minutes. Our Naxos ferry summary provides a good guide but for the latest sailing information use our fare search.
The largest of the Cyclades Islands, the island of Naxos boasts the perfect Greek climate, as well as an array of historical landmarks, and rich local culture. One of the main hubs for the Cyclades Islands, Naxos is considered to be the gateway to many of the other Cyclades Islands, as well as many ports in the mainland of Greece. With up to 558 ferries running per week across 37 different routes, there is no shortage of choice when find your Naxos ferry, so book now with Direct Ferries to find the best ferry at the best price for you.
Naxos sailing durations and frequency may vary from season to season, and from month to month, so we’d advise doing a live check to get the most up to date information.
The ferry timetable for Naxos can change very quickly, and is defined by a number of different factors, such as ferry route, ferry operator, and external factors such as seasonal changes, which means that there is not one single ferry timetable. Indeed, there are up to 558 ferries running per week to Naxos, across 37 different routes, with the majority of these coming from different destinations within the Cyclades Islands, but here at Direct Ferries, we will always give you the most relevant information when you are making your booking.
Ferry durations can be dependent on a number of different features, such as route, operator, and weather conditions at the time of sail, all of which make it impossible for there to be one single ferry duration. For ferries to Naxos, they can take anywhere between 25 minutes, to 2 hours and 15 minutes, to 16 hours and 15 minutes, so be sure to check before you book, to see what your expected sail time will be.
Ferry prices can be defined by multiple different aspects, such as how you are travelling, what time of year you are travelling, what route you are travelling on, and which operator you travelling with, so there is not one single ferry fare. Instead, we recommend checking out our helpful fare finder tool, to find the best ferry at the best price for you, and be sure to sign up for our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our latest deals and offers.
Naxos ferry port is one of the largest on the island, however it’s relative newness means that there are not many facilities available in the terminal itself, apart from check in desks and a few seating areas. However, the port itself is in the middle of the main town of Naxos, and is just a moment’s walk from many different shops and restaurants, and there is a bus service available that stops just down the street from the port, as well as care hire services available across the island.
Port of Naxos, 84300 Naxos
If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Naxos Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Naxos Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!