During most months you can take the Ios to Kythnos ferry 3 days a week using Zante Ferries. During August though, there may not be any direct ferries. This guide has everything you need to know about island hopping from Ios to Kythnos in Greece.
There are regular ferry connections between Syros and Ios island in Greece, with one daily ferry, and an additional Syros Ios ferry 3-4 times per week.
There are 4 ferries per week sailing from Paros to Donoussa in Greece during the summer months, with the quickest ferry taking just 2 hours and 15 minutes to reach Donoussa from Paros.
You can travel directly from Syros to Donoussa island in Greece on a ferry that leaves once or twice per week depending on seasonal demand. This guide has all the travel information you need to know.
On some weeks there is only one direct ferry from Syros to Schinoussa island in Greece, on other weeks there may be three. You can also use indirect ferries to get to Schinoussa from Syros if you go via Naxos. This guide shows you how.
There are two direct ferries a week sailing from Syros to Thirasia, and also options to travel every day indirectly via Santorini. Here’s all the travel information you need to book your Syros Thirasia ferry in Greece.
The Cyclades islands of Greece make an excellent Greek island hopping destination. Popular islands include Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, and Milos.
There is normally only one ferry a week sailing from Andros to Syros. This Andros Syros ferry is operated by Blue Star Ferries and sails all the year through.
From June 2nd until September 10th, there are 9 ferries a week sailing from Andros to Paros. Outside of these months, there may be no direct ferries at all.
A new ferry route between Andros and Naxos islands in Greece has been introduced for the summer of 2023. The crossing is once a day and takes just two hours.