Sikinos Ferry

an iconic view of Sikinos

Sikinos Ferry

The port of Sikinos is a small and peaceful harbor located on the southernmost tip of the island. The port is well-organized and has services like supermarkets, cafes, bars, and a minimarket. It is connected to other islands in the Cyclades and the mainland by ferries and has regular services going to and from Athens. The port of Sikinos offers a stunning view of the Aegean Sea and is a perfect starting point to explore the island's historic sites, quaint villages, and pristine beaches. Despite its small size, Sikinos port attracts many visitors that appreciate its natural beauty and serene atmosphere. The most popular ferry destination from Sikinos ferry port is to sail to Piraeus which has up to 5 weekly sailings. This ferry port connects you with approximately 14 routes throughout the year. The average sail time to Piraeus is around 08h 41m, with operators like ZANTE Ferries, Hellenic Seaways, Blue Star Ferries, SeaJets, Boatmen Union of Santorini. Start exploring Sikinos and find your ferry option today with Openferry!


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Gate Of Sikinos Port

Gate for all Sikinos arrivals and departures

Things to do in Sikinos

Sikinos is a small island located in the Aegean Sea. Surrounded by turquoise waters and breathtaking landscapes, Sikinos is a perfect destination for anyone looking for a peaceful and relaxing vacation. Here are some things you can do in Sikinos:

  • Visit the Monastery of Episkopi - one of the most significant Byzantine monuments in the Cyclades.
  • Explore the charming village of Chora - home to winding alleys, traditional houses, and stunning views of the sea.
  • Relax on the island's serene beaches - Agios Georgios, Sikinos, and Agios Panteleimonas are all great options.
  • Take a hike to the top of Profitis Ilias - the island's highest mountain offers panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  • Visit the ancient Roman theater - a well-preserved structure that dates back to the 3rd century BC.
  • Participate in traditional Greek festivals during the summer months - the island celebrates several events throughout the year, including the Feast of Panagia Pantanassa and the Festival of Agios Panteleimonas.
  • Taste locally produced wine - Sikinos is known for its delicious wine, made from the island's unique grape varieties.
  • Visit the island's historic windmills - a quintessential feature of the Cyclades, Sikinos' windmills date back to the 18th century. Whether you're looking for a relaxing beach vacation or an adventure-filled getaway, Sikinos has something to offer everyone.

Getting around in Sikinos

Getting around in Sikinos Greece is relatively easy. The island is small, and most places are within walking distance. For those who do not wish to walk, there are taxis available for hire. Bus service is also available between the main towns on the island. Due to the limited public transportation, renting a vehicle from a local car rental agency is recommended for those who prefer to explore the island at their own pace. The roads in Sikinos are well-maintained, but they can be narrow and winding, so drivers should exercise caution.

Closest airports to Sikinos

The nearest airport to Sikinos is the Santorini National Airport (JTR) which is located about 20 miles (32 km) away. To get to Sikinos from Santorini Airport, you would need to take a public bus or taxi to the port of Santorini (Athinios port) and catch a ferry to Sikinos. The ferry ride from Santorini to Sikinos takes around 1 to 2 hours depending on the ferry company and the type of ferry. You can check ferry schedules and book tickets online ahead of time. Alternatively, you can hire a private transfer service to take you directly from Santorini airport to Sikinos by ferry, but this can be more expensive.

Ferry routes to Sikinos

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