Travel to Kythnos island, Greece: Kythnos has no airport. Due to its close distance to Athens, the island can be easily accessible by ferry. There are ferries to Kythnos from the port of Piraeus all year round, while in summer season there are week ferries from the port of Lavrion, on the southern side of Attica. 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 on the island of Kythnos. The closest airport is the international airport of Athens that serves domestic and international flights from many countries all year round. From the airport of Athens, visitors can go to the ports of Piraeus or Lavrion and take the ferry to Kythnos from there. The travel time from Piraeus to Kythnos is 3 hours.
Ferries to Kythnos depart from Piraeus, the main port of Athens, all year round and 3-4 times per week. The ferry trip from Piraeus to Kythnos is 3 hours. In summer season, there are also weekly ferries to Kythnos from the port of Lavrion, on the southern side of Attica. As Lavrion is closer to Kythnos than Piraeus, the trip is shorter. The ferry from Lavrion to Kythnos takes 2 hours. These routes also connect Kythnos to other islands of Cyclades, including Kea, Serifos, Sifnos and Milos.
Here are the travel services for Kythnos that we can offer you. Book your ferry tickets from our online booking engine and check for hotels to organize your holiday on the island. If you need some help, send us a request and we will organize the trip for you.
Useful numbers in Kythnos: police station, hospital, taxis, bus services, museums and more
Download a pdf guide of Kythnos with information about all things to see and do.