By sea

By ferryboat:

Patmos is connected by ferry both with the port of Piraeus and with the islands of the Dodecanese, the Cyclades and the Northern Aegean, as well as with Northern Greece.

Patmos is connected with the port of Piraeus and the voyage lasts approximately 8 hours, while maritime connections also exist with the islands of Syros, Paros, Naxos, Samos, Ikaria, Chios, Lesvos and Limnos, but also with Leros, Kalymnos, Kos, Rhodes and Leipsoi (or Lipsi).

Furthermore, during the summer months a ferry connection exists with Kavala, thus connecting Patmos to Northern Greece.
For further information, please contact the shipping lines:

By catamaran or hydrofoil:

During the summer months, high-speed vessels connect Patmos to the islands of Samos, Fournoi (or Fourni) and Ikaria, as well as to those of Arki, Agathonissi, Leipsoi (Lispsi), Leros, Kalymnos, Kos and Rhodes.

For further information, please contact the shipping lines:

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By Air

Although Patmos does not possess an airport, during the summer months it is connected by boat on an almost daily basis with Samos, which is the closest international airport. Additionally,

How to reach Patmos

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How to reach Patmos

By your own yacht or sailing boat-Marina

Patmos is very close to the coast of Asia Minor, at a distance of 163 NM from Piraeus. Skala is the central port, with its northern part to be available