There are around 5 Andros to Mykonos ferry crossings per day, and often more ferries connecting these Greek islands in the summer months. Tickets start at 21.00 Euros.
The Andros to Mykonos ferry is a vital connection between these two popular Greek islands in the Aegean Sea. This frequent ferry service ensures easy access for travelers seeking to explore both destinations.
The journey, which takes between 2 and 3 hours, is run by a number of different ferry operators. Andros Mykonos ferry tickets start at 21.00 Euros, and can be bought via: Ferryscanner
Andros Mykonos Ferry Route
You can't fly between these two islands in the Cyclades group, so the only way to travel from Andros to Mykonos is by the ferry services.
As the two islands are quite close together, and also popular destinations, there are plenty of direct ferries sailing from Andros to Mykonos.
During the busy summer months, you may expect up to 4 or 5 ferries a day, apart from Monday's when there's only 2 trips between Andros and Mykonos.
These ferries to Mykonos from Andros are operated by Fast Ferries, Golden Star Ferries, and SeaJets.
Check the latest ferry timetables with: Ferryscanner
Ferries to Mykonos from Andros
The quickest crossing from Andros going to Mykonos has a trip duration of around 2 hours and 15 minutes. The slowest ferry sailing to Mykonos from Andros island has travel times of around 2 hours and 25 minutes.
The ferry ticket prices are the same whichever boat you take, and for the high season cost 16.00 Euro for foot passengers.
Prices can and do change. For the latest ferry schedule on the Andros ferry to Mykonos, check online at Ferryhopper.
Mykonos Island Travel Tips
A few travel tips for visiting Mykonos island:
- Ferries depart from Gavrio port in Andros. You should try to be at at the ferry port at least a half hour before departure.
- Ferries arrive at Mykonos New Port (Tourlos port), a few kilometres from Mykonos Town in Mykonos.
- You can take public transport into town, or organize a taxi to take you to your hotel.
- My guide on where to stay in Mykonos will help you choose the best area and accommodation.
- Areas to consider staying include Ornos, Psarou, Platis Gialos, Agios Stefanos, Megali Ammos, Agios Ioannis, and Mykonos Town. If you are traveling to Mykonos in the the busiest months of summer, I advise reserving hotels in Mykonos a month or so in advance.
- Spend time on some of the top rated beaches in Mykonos: Super Paradise, Lia, Kalafatis, Paradise, Agios Sostis, Agrari, and Platis Gialos.
- Plan your itinerary to the Cyclades island of Mykonos with this look at what to do in 3 days in Mykonos.
- I find that the Ferryhopper website is the best place to book ferry tickets online. It's better to book your Andros to Mykonos ferry tickets in advance, especially during the busiest time of summer.
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How to make a journey from Andros to Mykonos FAQ
Questions about about traveling to Mykonos from Andros include:
How can you get to Mykonos from Andros?
In order to go to from Andros to Mykonos the best way is by taking a ferry. There are up to 4 ferries a day apart from Monday's when there's only 2 sailing to the island of Mykonos from Andros.
Is there an airport in Mykonos?
There is an international airport on Mykonos island in Greece. As well as connecting Mykonos with some European destinations, there are also domestic flights with Athens.
How long is the ferry crossing from Andros to Mykonos?
The travel time for ferries to the Greek island of Mykonos from Andros take between 2 hours and 15 minutes and 2 hours and 25 minutes. Ferry operators on the Andros Mykonos route may include Fast Ferries, Golden Star Ferries, and SeaJets.
How can I buy tickets for the ferry to Mykonos?
The best place to look at Greek ferries online is Ferryhopper. You can find ferry schedules for all the ferry companies sailing from Andros to Mykonos as well as other islands.
Dave is a travel writer based in Athens, Greece. In addition to writing this travel blog post about ferries from Andros to Mykonos, he's written hundreds more guides to other destinations in Greece. Follow Dave on social media for travel inspiration from Greece and beyond: