Amorgos - Astypalea

Ferry tickets to Astypalea

Astypalea looks like a typical Cycladic island, but actually belongs to the Dodecanese. Looking on the map, you’ll notice that the island has the shape of a butterfly bridging the two island complexes. For an alternative holiday experience, look no further. Ιf you methodically avoid mass tourism, you’ll never want to leave Astypalea, or at least you’ll certainly come back.

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Information about the port of Amorgos

Travel to Amorgos from Piraeus or Rafina in one of the frequent routes during the summer months. There also are regular connections to other Cycladic islands.

Information about the port of Astypalea

Astypalea is connected four times a week in summer to Piraeus via Naxos and Paros. A ferry based in Kalymnos, runs thrice weekly, linking the island with Kalymnos and islands further north in the Dodecanese.