There are 5 or 6 ferries per day sailing from Naxos to Amorgos island in Greece. The quickest Naxos Amorgos ferry takes just 1 hour and 20 minutes.
Amorgos island in Greece
The Greek island of Amorgos is unusual in the Cyclades, in that it has two active ferry ports. These ports are Aegiali and Katapola, and are positioned more or less at opposite ends of Amorgos.
You can take ferries from Naxos to Amorgos to both ferry ports every day of the week during the summer season.
In my opinion, the easiest port in Amorgos to plan to arrive at is Katapola, as there are two daily ferries arriving here from Naxos seven days a week, with an additional two weekly ferries at seemingly random intervals.
The port at Aegiali only receives ferries from Naxos every other day, and the quickest crossing arrives at an awkward time in the early hours of the morning.
Check the latest Naxos Amorgos ferry timetables: Ferryhopper
Ferry Naxos Amorgos Route
You have a number of options when it comes to sailing between the Greek islands of Naxos and Amorgos.
Ferries to Amorgos from Naxos are operated by Seajets and Small Cyclades Lines (Express Skopelitis). SeaJets are by far the fastest ferries, but they are also more expensive.
The quickest ferry journey from Naxos going to Amorgos takes around 1 hour and 20 minutes. The slowest vessel sailing to Amorgos from Naxos island takes around 6 hours and 20 minutes. As you can see, it's quite a difference!
The simplest place to look at schedules for all the ferry companies that sail from Naxos to Amorgos (and other Greek island hopping destinations) is at the Ferryscanner website.
As mentioned earlier, there are two ferry ports in Amorgos. When booking your ferry from Naxos keep that in mind, as it may affect where you choose to stay in Amorgos, and if and when you decide to hire a vehicle to get around.
I think it's easier for most people without a car to book the Naxos to Katapola boat.
Amorgos Island Travel Tips
A few travel tips for visiting the island of Amorgos:
- Ferries leave from the port in Naxos Town (Chora) in Naxos. Arriving ferries dock at Katapola and Aegiali ports in Amorgos.
- For rooms to rent in Amorgos, take a look at Booking. They have a great selection of accommodation in Amorgos and areas to consider staying include Egiali / Aegiali, Chora, and Katapola.
- If you are traveling to Amorgos in the high season,peak months of summer, I advise reserving places to stay in Amorgos a month or so in advance. Expect prices to be higher in August than in other months of the year.
- Beach lovers recommend these beaches in Amorgos: Psili Ammos, Levrosos, Egiali, Mouros, Agios Pavlos, Agia Anna, and Kalotaritissa.
- The easiest way to see the latest ferry schedule and to get hold of ferry tickets in Greece is by using Ferryscanner. I recommend you book your Naxos to Amorgos ferry tickets in advance, especially during the months of July, August, and September.
- Related blog post suggestion: Things to do in Amorgos
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How to take the journey from Naxos to Amorgos FAQ
Readers sometimes ask these questions about traveling to Amorgos from Naxos:
How can you get to Amorgos from Naxos?
If you want to make the journey from Naxos to Amorgos the best way is by taking a ferry. There are at least two ferries per day sailing to the Greek island of Amorgos from Naxos.
Is there an airport in Amorgos?
The Greek island of Amorgos does not have an airport, and so flying there from Naxos is not an option.
How long is the ferry crossing from Naxos to Amorgos?
The ferries to the Cyclades island of Amorgos from Naxos take between 1 hour and 20 minutes and 6 hours and 20 minutes. Ferry operators on the Naxos Amorgos route may include Seajets, Blue Star Ferries and Small Cyclades Lines (Express Skopelitis).
How do I buy ferry tickets to Amorgos?
Ferryhopper is perhaps the easiest site to use when it comes to booking Ferry tickets online. Although I recommend you book your Naxos to Amorgos ferry tickets in advance, you could also wait until you are in Greece, and use a travel agency.
Dave is a travel writer based in Athens, Greece. In addition to creating this travel guide to ferries from Naxos to Amorgos, he's also written many more travel blogs about destinations in Greece. Follow Dave on social media for travel inspiration from Greece and beyond: