Travel to Kea island, Greece: As Kea is geographically located very close to Athens, it is fairly easy to access. The ferry to Kea departs only from the port of Lavrion and the trip is 1 and half hour. There is no airport in Kea but the international airport of Athens is very close. Here are travel information about the nearest airport and flights, ferries but also useful numbers, pdf guide and information about our travel services.
There is no airport in Kea. The closest airport is located in Athens and receives frequent domestic and international flights all year round. From the airport of Athens, outside the exit terminal, there are regular ferries (almost every hour) to Lavrion, a small port town on the southern side of Attica. From the port of Lavrion, visitors can take the ferry to Kea. The ferry runs 3-4 times per day and the trip takes 1 and half hour.
Ferries to Kea depart only from the port of Lavrion, on the southernmost spot of Attica. There are no ferries to Kea from other ports of Attica, such as Piraeus or Rafina. The trip from Lavrion to Kea lasts for 1 hour and half and operates 3-4 times per day. In summer, ferries also connect Kea to few other islands of Cyclades, such as Kythnos and Syros, which gives visitors the chance to combine holidays in many Greek islands.
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Useful numbers in Kea: police station, hospital, taxis, bus services, museums and more
Download a pdf guide of Kea with information about all things to see and do.