Ferry to Skyros
About ferries to Skyros
There is no ferry to Skyros from Athens. The only ferry to Skyros departs from Kymi Town, on the eastern side of Evia island, which is about 3 hours from Athens by bus. The ferry to Skyros needs about 2 hours and a half. In summer, there are local ferries to Skyros from Alonissos and Skopelos. To go to Kymi, you take the bus from the Liossion KTEL (green bus) station in Athens. To go to Liossion station, you take the metro to Attiki station and then a bus or taxi to Liossion KTEL Bus Station.
To travel to Skyros by ferry, you will need a completed pre-boarding form (provided with your booking with Greeka Ferries). If you are traveling from a mainland port (Volos, Agios Konstantinos, etc) you will need to have a negative test. (Learn more)
Important: Test result is not needed if you are traveling from the islands to the mainland and from one island to another (island-hopping).
For more information about ferry companies to Skyros, vessels types and ports of departures, check our Greek ferries main page.
Ferry insurance & Cancellation of ferry tickets
Our Terms and Conditions
Before making any ferry tickets reservation to Skyros, read first our terms and conditions.
Amendment and Cancellation of Issued Tickets
Information about the amendment and cancellation policy of already-issued ferry tickets.
Embarkation and Cancellation Policy of Greek ferry companies
Read the embarkation terms and cancellation policies of Greek ferry companies to Skyros.