The airport of Kythira is located on the northern side of the island. It receives only domestic flights from Athens and the flight time is 1 hour. In summer, it also receives air connections with other Greek airports, such as Zakynthos, Kefalonia, Aktion/Preveza, and Corfu. These connections are operated by the small air company Sky Express.
Travel to Kythira
Travel to Kythira, Greece: It is possible to travel to Kythira by ferry or plane. Here is travel information about the airport, flights, and ferries but also useful numbers, pdf guide and information about our travel services.
There are ferries to Kythira from the port of Neapolis, a small port town in southern Peloponnese. These ferries run almost daily (6 times per week) and the trip takes 1h30min. There are also year-round ferries to Kythira from Gythio Peloponnese and Kissamos Crete 3 times a week. In summer, direct ferries depart from Piraeus to Kythira and Antikythira once per week.