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.

Book ferry tickets
One destination
Island hopping
image_31image_40
SEARCH

Short information about the port of Piraeus

Piraeus is connected to the Argosaronic Gulf, the Cyclades, the Dodecanese, the Crete, the North Aegean Sea and many mainland ports. Some ports include Paros, Naxos, Ikaria, Samos, Limnos, Mykonos, Mytilene, Patmos, Syros, Chios, Kavala, Chania and many more destinations. The facilities you will find at the port are free Wi-Fi, taxi, metro, suburban railway station, WC, WC for the disabled, airconditioned waiting areas. There is a free bus for transports within the port gates. Luggage storage area and paid parking are also available here.

Useful phones, Piraeus Port
Piraeus Port Authority: +30 213 2147 600
Piraeus Port: +30 210 4550 000
Piraeus Port Authority Departures – Arrivals: 14541
Coastguard: +30 213 1371 739
Citizen Service Center of Piraeus: +30 214 4053 318
Hospital: +30 213 2081 000
Police:+30 210 4122 501-5
Radio taxi Piraeus: +30 210 4182 333

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.