Kythira is located between the Peloponnese and Crete making it an ideal holiday destination. They combine excellent hospitality services in a wonderful natural landscape, and a holiday experience without crowds. To get to Kythira, you have several options, depending on where you are and how you want to travel. You can get:
Airplane from Athens International Airport with Olympic Air, Aegean or Sky Express The journey from Athens takes around 40 minutes and the ticket costs around €165 return. Airplane itineraries for Kythira
From Piraeus the Aqua Jewle Ship with Seajets. The trip takes about 6.5 hours and the ticket costs €44 return. You can also take your car with you, but you will pay an additional €162 return. Aqua Jewle itineraries for Kythera
The ferry Porphyrousa from Naples Laconia with Triton Ferries. The journey takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes and the ticket costs €12.50. You can take your car with you, but you will pay an additional €45. To get to Neapolis, you should drive about 4.5 hours from Athens, or take the Lakonia KTEL. Porphyrousa itineraries to Kythera
From Gytheon the Aqua Jewle Ship with Seajets. The trip takes about 2 hours and the ticket costs €15 return. You can take your car with you, but you will pay an additional €50. To get to Gythio, you have to drive about 3 hours and 15 minutes from Athens, or take the Lakonia KTEL.
From Kissamos Chania the Aqua Jewle Ship from Kissamos Chania with Seajets. The trip takes about 4 hours and the ticket costs €25 return. You can take your car with you, but you will pay an additional €70. This option is good if you are already in Crete, or if you want to combine the two islands.We inform you that all the above prices are indicative, and may change without any warning. Please inquire directly from the companies for the exact prices of their services.