By Ferry

Paros can be reached by ferry from the ports of Piraeus, Rafina and Lavrio of Athens. The itineraries are particularly frequent during the summer months. The trip from Piraeus port lasts roughly 5 hours with a conventional ferry, while the journey time decreases to 3 hours when travelling with a high-speed ferry.

Paros is also connected with other ports of the country such as Amorgos, Anafi, Ikaria, Ios, Samos, Mykonos, Naxos, Rhodes, Santorini, Skiathos, Sifnos, Siros, Tinos, Crete, Volos, Thessaloniki.

Paros Port Information
Naoussa is 6 miles from Parikia and it is one of the most graphic small ports of the Aegean Sea. The port of Paros is also one of the busiest harbors of Greece and due to its geographic location it serves many Greek ports. Paros is one of the largest islands of the Cyclades with approximately 75 miles of coastline, situated about halfway between Athens and Santorini.

By Air

From Athens airport Eleftherios Venizelos flights are very frequent and last 45 minutes. During the summer Paros is connected with other international airports, mostly via Athens.

The airport of Paros is located 5.5 miles away from the capital of the island, Parikia, near the village Aliki. The distance is roughly 20 minutes and you can go there by taxi or by bus.