There is no ferry to Andros from Piraeus, the main port of Athens. A ferry to Andros departs from the port of Rafina, on the northern side of Athens. Rafina is the closest port to the International Airport of Athens. There are buses and taxis to connect the Athens Airport to the port of Rafina. A ferry to Andros from Rafina takes 2 hours. There are daily Andros ferries from Rafina all year round, but schedules are more frequent in summer.
There are also ferries from Andros to: Mykonos island, Tinos island, Syros island, Lavrio island, Kythnos island and Kea island. For information about these locations, visit our section of Greek islands.
For more information about ferry companies to Andros, vessels and ports of departures in Athens, view our ferries main page.
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