Paros Island is located in the Aegean Sea in the centre of the Cyclades, west of Naxos, east of Antiparos and is 90 nautical miles from the port of Piraeus. It is the third Cycladean Island in size after Naxos and Andros.

Ways to reach Paros:

By ferry: The ferry is the most common way to get to Paros. There are regular ferry connections from the mainland port of Pireaus. The classical ferry takes about 4 hours and the High-speed 2.45 hours. There are also hydrofoil connections from the port of Rafina which take 3 hours.

The summer ferry schedule will be announced in April and we will give you more accurate information then.

By plane: You can reach the island of Paros by plane from most international airports via Athens. Olympic Airways operate the short domestic route from Athens to Paros and there are usually three flights a day (06.00, 14.30, 17.00) which takes 40 minutes.

Charter flights The nearest Islands airports that manage chartered flights are Mykonos and Santorini. Both Islands have a daily ferry service to Paros.

For more  travel info and bookings please contact Athena Perantinou / PERANTINOS TRAVEL & TOURISM, e-mail: athenaperantinou@gmail.com, tel: 0030 2284 04 17 36, mob: 0030 6934 33 85 78

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