The island is well connected and easily accessible thanks to the proximity of Paros (5 minutes by ferry)
which disposes of the main sea and air connections.
By plane Paros is connected, with daily flights, to Athens. The flight lasts approximately 35minutes. The airport is 9km south of Parikia, in the nearby village Alyki. Local buses and taxis connect the airport with Parikia (10min drive) and with the port of Pounda (5min drive).
The island of Paros is connected daily to both the port of Pireus (Athens) in less than 3 hours (fast ships) and 5hours (standard ship) and also to the port of Mykonos (45minutes).
There are different shipping companies connecting Paros to the cities and for a quick and convenient search we recommend you to visit the greek ferries page.
By boat from Paros to Antiparos.
Antiparos is connected to Paros through the ferries which depart from the port of Pounda and are active the whole year, with departures every 20 minutes.
The ticket costs 1 euro, and it is possible to transport your own vehicle. Length of the trip 4/5minutes.
During the summer season the ferries also depart from the central port of Parikia but only for people transport. There are also frequent connections with other Cycladic island: Andros, Tinos, Mykonos, Sifnos, Naxos, Ios, Amorgos and Santorini, some of the island of the Dodecanese and Crete.