Travel To Alonnisos 2018-01-24T13:35:29+00:00

See all the possible routes to get to Alonissos and check ticket availability!

BOAT DEPARTURES TO ALONNISOS

STARTING POINTS TO GET TO ALONISSOS

Internal flight from Athens airport to Skiathos – for schedules and reservations please check  www.olympicair.com  and www.skyexpress.gr – from Skiathos you then have several choices to connect through a boat service onwards to Alonissos.

To access the island of Alonissos by boat, you have to reach one of the ports of Mantoudi (Kimasi), Kimi or Agios Konstantinos, either by car or by special bus service which is synchronised specifically with the boat departure and arrival times of each port. Buses depart approx. 3-4 hours before sailing time.

Note: Please always confirm bus service availability and book your bus ticket in advance. Reserved tickets should be collected at least 1,5 hours before the scheduled bus departure.

Kimi Port is approximately 10 kilometres east of the town of Kimi and the north east cost of Evia.

To access the island of Alonnisos by boat, you have to reach Kimi Port (155 km) by road; either by car or using the special bus service which is synchronised specifically with the boat’s departure and arrival times. The bus departs from Athens approx. 3,5 hours before sailing time, from Liosion Bus Station.

Bus tickets €15, boat tickets from €20, cars from €45.

Note: Please always confirm bus service availability and book your bus ticket in advance. Reserved tickets should be collected at least 1,5 hours before the scheduled bus departure.

Kimasi (Mantoudi Port) is approximately 5 kilometres east and below the village of Mantoudi.

To access the island of Alonnisos by boat, you have to reach Kimasi (135 km) by road; either by car or using the special bus service which is synchronised specifically with the boat’s departure and arrival times. The bus departs from Athens approx. 3 hours before sailing time, from Liosion Bus Station.

Bus tickets €15, boat tickets from €20, cars from €45.

Note: Please always confirm bus service availability and book your bus ticket in advance. Reserved tickets should be collected at least 1,5 hours before the scheduled bus departure.

The large port and town of Agios Konstantinos on mainland Greece looks out to Evia.

To access the island of Alonissos by boat, you have to reach the port of Agios Konstantinos (140 km, highway); either by car or by special bus service which is synchronised specifically with the boats departure and arrival times. The bus departs from Athens approx. 2,5 hours before sailing time, from Kannigos Square.

Bus tickets €15, Boat tickets from €35, cars from €70.

Note: Please always confirm bus service availability and book your bus ticket in advance. Reserved tickets should be collected at least 1,5 hours before the scheduled bus departure.

Skiathos is the closest airport to Alonissos and has regular flights from Athens and most major European airports.

From here the port of Skiathos is just a few minutes away. If you haven’t got a transfer arranged, then taxis outside the airport will be able to take you on the short journey to the port for approximately 8€. Taxis will normally stop opposites ticket offices.

From port of Skiathos, depending on the time of day, there are many choices of vessels to get to Alonissos.  You should have a good choice of ferries, catamarans or hydrofoils.

We can have someone meet you at Skiathos airport and take you directly to port, give you your tickets and/or assist you in onboarding the appropriate vessel.

Travel time is ~2,5 hours by ferry, ~1,5 hours by catamaran (“Flying Cat”) or hydrofoil (“Flying Dolphin”).

Volos is a large town and port on the Greek mainland that services a number of destinations including Sporades islands and Alonissos.

From here you have boat service all year round, from large ferries to the fast and frequent catamarans and hydrofoils.

Ticket prices range from €26 and cars from €55.

There are several travel offices all by the port where you can purchase tickets from.

Ferries take approximately 5 hours, while catamarans (“Flying Cat”) take 3 hours or even less by hydrofoils (“Flying Dolphin”).