Travel to Tilos

Tilos travel

Travel to Tilos island, Greece: As there is no airport on the island, the only way to travel to Tilos is by ferry. Here are travel information about the nearest airport and flights, ferries but also useful numbers, pdf guide and information about our travel services.


Flights near Tilos
Flights to Tilos

There is no airport on the small island of Tilos. The closest airports are found in Rhodes and Kos, which are connected to Tilos by daily ferry. The airports of Rhodes and Kos receive domestic flights from Athens, charters and direct international flights from European and Mediterranean countries.



Ferries to Tilos
Ferries to Tilos

Ferries to Tilos run from the port of Piraeus in Athens 3 times a week. As the distance is large, the trip takes about 17 hours. This is why most visitors choose to fly to Kos or Rhodes and take the ferry to Tilos from there, as the trip is shorter (1-2 hours). Ferries also connect Tilos with other islands of Dodecanese, including Simi, Leros and Patmos.




Travel services in Tilos

Here is our section with travel services in Tilos in order to organize your holidays to the island. Book ferry tickets from our online system, find the most suitable hotel to stay or check the island hopping packages that we have prepared for you.



Useful numbers

Useful numbers in Tilos: police station, hospital, taxis, bus services, museums and more



Pdf Guide

Download a pdf guide of Tilos with information about all things to see and do.



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