Travel to Kyparissia

Kyparissia travel

Travel to Kyparissia, Greece: Visitors can travel to Kyparissia by car or bus. Here are travel information about the nearest airport and flights but also useful numbers, pdf guide.

Flights near Kyparissia
Flights near Kyparissia

There is no airport in Kyparissia. The closest airports are located in Kalamata and Athens. The airport of Kalamata works only in summer and receives charters and low cost flights from abroad. The airport of Athens receives domestic and international flights all year round. From both cities, visitors can go to Kyparissia by bus or rental car.

Car to Kyparissia

If you want to drive from Athens to Kyparissia, you take the National Highway Athens-Corinth-Tripoli. After Tripoli, you follow the signs to Kalamata. In the middleway from Tripoli to Kalamata, you find signs to Kyparissia. Until this point (the signs to Kyparissia), the road is highway and recently-constructed. After he signs, the road is rural and has only one line per direction. The total drive time from Athens to Kyparissia is 3 hours.

Buses to Kyparissia

There are frequent daily buses from Athens to Kyparissia. They depart from Kifissos KTEL Bus Station in Athens and arrive in the central square of Kyparissia. The trip takes about 4 hours. There are also buses to Kyparissia from many towns of Peloponnese, such as Kalamata and Patra.

Useful numbers

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

Pdf Guide

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

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