Saint Mamas

View from ancient chora of Anafi

Kalamos the 2nd highest mediterranean rock.

Ancient city of Anafi

To and from Piraeus

Anafi is connected to Piraeus by ferry 3 times a week. The ferries also call at: Paros, Naxos, Ios, Sikinos, Folegandros, Thera (Santorini), Kythnos, Serifos, Sifnos and Milos, depending on the itinerary.

To and from Thera (Santorini) and other Cycladic islands.

Anafi is connected locally to Santorini on an almost daily basis. The duration of the trip is around 2 hours. The island is also connected to the following islands 2-4 times a week: Ios, Sikinos, Folegandros, Naxos, Paros, Mykonos, Syros, Kythnos and Kea. Santorini is regularly connected by air to Athens and several other European cities.

Travel information

Anafi travel agency : Tel. +30 – 22860 – 61220
Olympic Airlines : Tel. +30-210 – 9269111
Aegean Airlines: Tel. +30-210 – 6261700
NEL LINES: Τηλ. +30210 – 4115015
ΑΝΕΚ LINES: Τηλ. +30210-4197420
LANE SEA LINES: Τηλ. +30210-4274011
AEGEON PELAGOS Τηλ. +30210-4197420

Transport on the island

Bus

Each time a boat calls in at Anafi, there is a bus service from Chora to the port and from the port to Chora. During the summer, there are 7-8 bus services a day from Chora to the port and vice versa, running until late at night. The bus also runs from Chora to the Monastery 3-4 times a day, passing by several of the beaches.

On foot along the footpaths

Starting from Chora, follow the footpath that leads to the port in less than 20 minutes. You can also walk to the beaches, following first the footpath to the Monastery and then taking the detour to the right, which leads to Kleisidi or Katsouni
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