The Naxos to Santorini ferry schedule is available at the bottom of the article.
If you plan to take a day trip away from the hustle and bustle of Santorini , Naxos is a great choice. Although the largest island in the Cyclades, Naxos is mostly an agricultural island and is still not over run by tourists. While here, make sure to visit Portara, the only remnant of a temple dedicated to Apollo and of course, spend some time on the lovely beaches.
Santorini or Thira?
When traveling by ferry in Greece it’s important to remember that we travel between two ports and in many cases, the name of the port is not the same as the name of the island (especially as we know it in English). So, when looking for connections with Santorini, make sure to look for Thira (Santorini) or the port code ATI.
How long does it take to get from Santorini to Naxos?
The journey between Santorini and Naxos takes between 1 hour 25 minutes and 2 hours 10 minutes, depending on the type of ferry you are taking
Is there a high speed ferry between Santorini and Naxos ?
Yes, there’s a ferry which only takes 1 hour 25 minutes to get to Naxos (starting with May).
How much does it cost to get from Santorini to Naxos by ferry?
The ticket prices depend on the type of ferry you are taking and the class.
On Blue Star Ferries, the economy class ticket costs 19.50€ / adult / one way on the slow ferry (2 hours) and 38.50€ / adult / one way on the passenger faster ferry. On the SeaJets , the economy ticket costs 42€ / adult/ one way on the passenger faster ferry.
How many ferries per day depart from Santorini to Naxos during the low season?
For the purpose of this article, we consider the low season March to May; however, September and October (comprised in the section below) also see fewer ferry connections than during the high season.
The low season 2014 has already ended.
How many ferries per day depart from Santorini to Naxos during the high season?
During the high season (Jun – October) there are the following ferries running in 2014 between Santorini and Naxos:
Sun 7 a.m., Sep 14 – Oct 26
Sun 8:30 a.m., until Sep 7
Fri 8:50 a.m., until Sep 5
Tue 9 a.m., Jul 1
Tue, Wed 9 a.m., Jul 2 – Sep 3
Thu 9 a.m., Jul 3 – Aug 28, Sep 4
Wed 9 a.m., until Sep 3, Sep 10 – Oct 29 (not approved yet)
Sun 9 a.m., Jun 29 – Sep 7, Sep 14 – Oct 26 (not approved yet)
Mon 9 a.m., Aug 4 – Sep 1
Mon 9:15 a.m., Jul 7 – Jul 28
Wed, Thu, Sun 10:45 a.m., Sep 10 – Sep 17, Sep 21 – Sep 28
Mon, Wed 11:45 a.m., until Sep 3
Fri 11:45 a.m., Jul 4 – Sep 5
Mon, Fri, Sun 11:50 a.m., until Oct 5
Tue, Thu, Sat 11:50 a.m., Sep 30 – Oct 18
Mon, Thu 1:30 p.m., Sep 8 – Sep 25
Sat 1:30 p.m., Sep 13
Daily 2:30 p.m., Jul 7 – Jul 28, Jul 30 – Aug 31, Sep 1 – Sep 14
Mon, Wed, Fri-Sun 2:30 p.m., Sep 15 – Sep 29
Tue 2:30 p.m., Jul 29
Daily 2:40 p.m., until Jul 6
Daily 3:30 p.m., Jun 26- Sep 14
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sun 3:30 p.m., Sep 15 – Oct 31
Sun 5 p.m., Sep 14, Sep 21 – Sep 28
Are there any overnight journeys between Santorini and Naxos ?
Where can I buy tickets from?
Tickets can be bought on line (with some restrictions like couple of weeks up to 2 months before departure), from the travel agencies or directly from the port. Unless you plan to travel during the peak season, you don’t need to worry much about booking in advance.
Does everyone charge the same prices?
The prices are the same, regardless if you book online, via travel agency or buy them directly from the port.
How about the ferries from Naxos to Santorini ?
During the 2014 high season, the following ferries link Naxos to Santorini:
Tue, 10:15 a.m., until Sep 2, Sep 9 – Oct 28 (not approved yet)
Daily 10:40 a.m., Sep 1 – Sep 14
Mon, Wed, Fri-Sun 10:40 a.m., Sep 15 – Sep 29
Tue 11 a.m., Jul 29
Daily 11:20 a.m., Jul 16 – Jul 28 ; Jul 30 – Aug 31
Mon, Thu 11:20 a.m., Sep 8 – Sep 25
Sat 11:20 a.m., Sep 13 – Sep 27
Daily 11:30 a.m., until Jul 15
Daily 12:50 p.m., Jun 26 – Sep 14
Wed, Sat 12:55 p.m., Sep 17 – Oct 29
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sun 12:55 p.m., Sep 15 – Oct 31
Sat 1:15 p.m., Sep 13 – Oct 25 (not approved yet)
Sat 2:05 p.m., Jun 28 – Sep 6
Mon, Fri 3:25 p.m., Sep 8 – Sep 29
Wed, Thu, Sun, 3:25 p.m., Sep 10 – Sep 17, Sep 21 – Sep 28
Mon, Wed 3:30 p.m., until Sep 3
Fri 3:30 pm., Jul 4 – Sep 5
Tue, Thu, Sat 3:35 p.m., Sep 30 – Oct 18
Mon, Fri, Sun 4:20 p.m., until Oct 5
Thu 7:05 p.m., until Sep 4
Mon, Tue 7:05 p.m., Jul 1 – Sep 2
Wed 7:05 p.m., Jul 2- Aug 27, Sep 3
Sat 8 p.m., until Sep 6
Fri 8:20 p.m., Sep 12 , Sep 19 – Sep 26
Sun 10:35 p.m., Aug 3 – Aug 31
Sat 11:05 p.m., Sep 13 – Oct 25
The 2014 low season has already ended.
Make sure to double check the departures couple of weeks (or days) before departure, as the schedule is submitted to the Ministry of Mercantile Marine every Friday so, in some cases, there can be some changes from week to week, let alone from month to month.
Read more about:
>> Ferries in Greece
>> Ferries from Athens: How to deal with the Port of Piraeus
>> Ferries from Athens to Aegina
>> Ferries from Athens to Crete
>> Ferries from Athens to Karpathos
>> Ferries from Athens to Hydra
>> Ferries from Athens to Mykonos
>> Ferries from Rafina to Mykonos
>> Ferries from Athens to Patmos
>> Ferries from Athens to Santorini
>> Ferries from Santorini to Crete
>> Ferries from Mykonos to Syros
>> Ferries from Santorini to Mykonos
>> Ferries from Santorini to Naxos
>> Ferries from Corfu to Patras
>> Ferries from Rhodes to Kos
>>Ferries to and from Santorini
>> Ferries from Athens to Paros
>> Ferries from Mykonos to Crete
>> Ferries from Santorini to Karpathos
>>Ferries from Thessaloniki to Lesvos
>> Ferries to and from Mykonos
>> Ferries from Mykonos to Paros (and return)
>> Ferries from Crete to Gavdos
>> Ferries from Santorini to Rhodes
>> Ferries from Santorini to Paros
>> Ferries from Mykonos to Ios
>> Ferries from Mykonos to Tinos
>> Ferries from Thessaloniki to Rhodes
>> Ferries from Athens to Naxos
>> Ferries from Athens to Thessaloniki
>> Ferries from Santorini to Syros
>> Ferries from Kavala to Thassos
>> Ferries from Alonissos to Skiathos
>> Ferries from Athens to Lesvos (Lesbos)
>> Ferries from Thessaloniki to Kos
>> Ferries from Thessaloniki to Chios
Note: *The article was first published in 2009; latest schedule update was made as of June 2014.