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Paros Ferries - Prices from £79

Book a ferry to Paros with AFerry. You can use Paros to take ferries around the Cyclades and also to Crete, Greece and the Dodecanese Islands. Domestic services in the Cyclades are available from Paros to 13 ferry ports:

  • Aegiali
  • Andros
  • Ios
  • Koufonissi
  • Kythnos
  • Milos
  • Mykonos
  • Naxos
  • Santorini
  • Serifos
  • Sifnos
  • Syros
  • Tinos

Ferries away from the Cyclades sail from Paros to Astypalea, Heraklion, Katapola, Piraeus, Rafina and Rhodes.

Paros Ferry Companies

Ferries to and from Paros are operated by Blue Star Ferries, Golden Star Ferries, Hellenic Seaways, Minoan Lines and Sea Jets. Because 5 ferry companies operate in and out of Paros, comparing can be very useful to help you find the best price at the best time for you. When you search for a ferry to Paros, we will always show a range of times just in case it's cheaper earlier or later than the time you select.

Ferries with Blue Star Ferries and other companies operating to and from Paros are known for their comfort and high levels of service, and you will feel like your holiday has begun the moment you step on board. Travelling to Paros will be easy and hassle free. Start by making your booking today, it's quick and easy.

Paros Routes

About Paros

Paros is one of the smaller islands in the Cyclades but has long been a tourist favourite. Why? Because Paros is neither too busy like neigbouring Mykonos or too crowded like neighbouring Santorini. Here you'll find crystal clear water and an unspoled landscape including Paros park one of the few completely protected nature reserves in the Cyclades islands.

The main town (Chora) is Parikia and here you'll find charming small shops and white-washed streets. However, in recent years the nearby fishing village of Nauossa has become a more popular hot spot and especially in July and August it resembles a mini-Mkyonos.

Paros has many fine tavernas and bars with mezze and you'll never be stuck for choice. But if it's clubs and dancing you want, stay clear. And in addition to the main settlements you'll find some charming villanges in the middle of the island like Lefkes - the old capita in times when pirates were a real threat and so the inland was much safer. Here you'll see how life used to be before tourism. If you're island hopping in the Cyclades, Paros should definitely be on your itinerary.

Ferries to and from Paros

Blue Star Ferries is one of the largest ferry companies serving Greece. From Paros, Blue Star Ferries go to some of the most important Greek Islands including Amorgos, Ios, Kos, Naxos, Nisyros, Rhodes, Santorini and many more. They also go to the port of Piraeus which serves Athens. Blue Star Ferries' modern air-conditioned ships offer a full range of on board facilities. Facilities include internet access, a wide range of seating options and cabins, full service restaurants and shops. Many Blue Star Ferries now also feature Goody's fast food restaurants providing quick meals and snacks perfect for kids and adults alike.

Anek's fleet of 11 magnificent modern air-conditioned ships all offer a full range of facilities on board. You can choose from a range of inner or outer ship cabins with two, three or four beds and on Anek Lines Italy-Greece routes you can even choose a deluxe cabins featuring a sitting room and TV and Internet access.

Hellenic Seaways is one the best known Greek ferry companies. In addition to conventional ferries, the company also runs catamaran type vessels and fast ferries which can often be up to 50% faster than conventional ferries. This means that you can island-hop across the Greek islands and have even more time to enjoy your destination. You will find their ferries are modern and provide a full range of facilities on board.

Sea Jets run three ships in their fleet: SeaJet2, MegaJet and SuperJet. All the ferries are fast and provide good connections between the different islands and the Greek mainland.


So, book your ferry for Athens and the Greek islands from the Cyclades' main transport hub simply and securely with AFerry.

Paros Port

Paros is one of the largest islands in the Cyclades group of islands and its central location means that it is a great transport hub from which to travel to the other islands in the group. All ferries from Paros can be booked online through AFerry.

Paros port facilities

The port has a complete range of facilities and services.

Getting to Paros

The island is relatively small and the port is easy to find from wherever you are on the island - just follow the clear signposts.

3 out of 5 stars based on 58 reviews

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Reviews

  • 03 Jul 2018
    Great boat and crew - slightly chaotic at the port
    • Our crossing was really good and comfortable. The information provided at the ports as to which queue to get in was as usual for Greece rather chaotic.

      Review by STEPHEN PAUL

  • 28 Jun 2018
    Long journey
    • The journey itself was great but we paid for a fast jet boat which we were told it will be 1hr and 30 mins from Santorini to Paros and last minute our ship is as changed and had to do the 3hr journey

      Review by Anon

  • 27 Jun 2018
    voucher not ticket
    • Excellent site. Lovely ferry. Tiny comment - for folk like me who don't check - please stress that it's a voucher and not the ticket - had to go and redeem it at the kiosk at Piraeus - meant I was a bit rushed.

      Review by Anon

  • 26 Jun 2018
    Great ride
    • Very comfortable fast ferry

      Review by Anon

  • 25 Jun 2018
    unfortunate timing
    • My husband and I booked reserved seats on a direct trip from Santorini to Paros. Unfortunately, our non-stop trip was changed to a 5 stop trip with Paros being added on to an existing later route. We arrived about 5 hours later than planned. We also weren't given our assigned seats, but after the first leg of the trip, I was able to provide a receipt and the very helpful and apologetic employee manning the desk invited us to go upstairs to the reserved seats. The trip was fine and we got a preview of many of the ports we would be sailing to the following week. The ferry route change may have been due to the ferry strike the previous day, so we were very thankful that we hadn't planned to travel that day.

      Review by LLHYDE