There are up to 4 daily ferries sailing from Naxos to Andros island in Greece during the summer months. This ferry guide has information on schedules, ferry tickets, times, travel tips, and more!
Andros island in Greece
Andros is the most northern of the Cyclades islands in Greece, close to Evia and north of Tinos. It's known as a cultural destination with art galleries and museums, but also has beaches, history, local wines and friendly people.
Andros has slightly different characteristics than other islands in the Cyclades, which adds to its charm. I loved Andros so much, I helped co-write a travel guide book about the island! You can find it on Amazon here: Andros and Tinos in Greece.
Travel from Naxos to Andros by ferry
Andros might not be the most logical choice of a next island to visit after Naxos, but there are plenty of ferry connections to choose from if you want to make the journey.
During the peak months of summer, there may be up to up to 4 ferries per day from Naxos to Andros. These ferries to Andros from Naxos are operated by SeaJets and Golden Star Ferries.
The quicker boat from Naxos going to Andros takes around 2 hours and 35 minutes. The slowest vessel sailing to Andros from Naxos island takes around 3 hours and 40 minutes.
As might perhaps be expected, the faster ferry crossings are also normally more expensive. The simplest place to look at schedules for Greek ferries is at the Ferryhopper website.
Andros Island Travel Tips
A few travel tips for visiting the Greek island of Andros:
- Ferry services depart from the port in Naxos Town (Chora) in Naxos. Arriving ferries dock at Gavrio port in Andros.
- For where to stay in Andros, have a look at Booking. They have a great range of places to stay in Andros and areas to consider staying include Chora, Korthi, Agios Petros, and Batsi. If you are traveling to Andros in the busy summer months, I advise reserving accommodation in Andros a month or so in advance. I've a dedicated travel guide here: Where to stay in Andros
- Make sure to check out these beaches in Andros: Achla, Zorkos, Grias to Pidima, Korthi, Vlychada, Chrissi Ammos, and Fellos.
- I find that the Ferryhopper website is the best place to book ferry tickets online. I think it's better that you book your Naxos to Andros ferry tickets in advance, especially during the tourist season.
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How to get from Naxos to Andros FAQ
A few of the frequently asked questions about traveling to Andros from Naxos include:
How can we get to Andros from Naxos?
There are no flights between the Greek islands of Naxos and Andros, and so the best way to travel is by ferry. There are up to up to 4 ferries per day sailing to Andros from Naxos.
Is there an airport on Andros?
The island of Andros in Greece does not have an airport. The closest island with an airport is on Syros.
How long is the ferry ride from Naxos to Andros?
The ferries to Andros island from Naxos take between 2 hours and 35 minutes and 3 hours and 40 minutes. Ferry operators on the Naxos Andros route may include SeaJets and Golden Star Ferries.
How do I buy ferry tickets to Andros?
Ferryhopper is perhaps the easiest site to use when it comes to booking Ferry tickets online. I think it's better that you book your Naxos to Andros ferry tickets in advance, you could also wait until you are in Greece, and use a travel agency.
Dave is a travel writer currently based in Greece In addition to creating this travel guide to ferries from Naxos to Andros, he's written hundreds more guides to other destinations in Greece. Follow Dave on social media for travel inspiration from Greece and beyond: