When doing things “Greek” you will quickly learn how much the islands depend upon the ferry system. Most of the islands are too small to support their own airport and it would be very expensive to fly on the small planes from island to island – so they use the waterways.
The ferry service from Mykonos to Paros runs six times daily during the summer. It usually only takes around 45-minutes when you take the direct route, while when you aren’t able to take the direct route it can take nearly three hours. All the ferries make port near the bus depot in Paros to make it easier for travelers who need to shuttle passengers to their destinations on the other side of the island.
What is the distance between Mykonos and Paros?
Paros is 24 nautical miles away from Mykonos
What is the Mykonos to Paros ferry price?
It starts at 21 euros per person, going up to 38 euros per person, depending on the ferry you will choose.
What is the fastest ferry from Mykonos to Paros?
The fastest ferry is the “Champion Jet 2” from the sea operator “Sea Jets”, which takes 40 minutes for the ferry trip between the two islands.
Can I get a car or a motorbike on the ferry from Mykonos to Paros?
Yes, you can. But not with all ferries. The ferries that accept a car or a motorbike are the Ekaterini ferry from Fast Ferries operator, the Champion Jet 2 from Sea Jets, the Santorini Palace from Minoan Lines and the Superferry II from Golden Star ferries.
The Superjet from Sea Jets and the Superspeed from Golden Star Ferries, accept only passengers and no cars or motorbikes.
Is there a direct flight between Mykonos and Paros?
No, there is no flight between the two islands. It doesn’t make sense, as the ferry trip time is only 40 minutes.
What are the Codes of the ports of Mykonos and Paros?
Mykonos port code is [JMK] and Paros port code is [PAS]. You can use the codes when looking for ferry tickets at the websites,
About Mykonos and Paros Islands
The island of Mykonos sits between the islands of Tinos, Paros and Naxos. On the island of Mykonos, the primary town is also called Mykonos (or better known as Chora to the locals). Throughout the island, you will see beautiful displays of Cycladic architecture with its whitewashed houses with painted blue windows – the perfect image of Greece!
There are cobblestoned streets small white chapels with sky blue domes. Countless visitors love to take a saunter through the port, Little Venice and or the Castle to take in the allure of the town. It is good to know for the traveler, that the island has two ports.
The old Mykonos harbor is where the passenger ferries arrive and then the New Port of Tourlos is where the cruise ships dock. Our next island is Paros is one of the islands around the Aegean Sea which is about one hour away by ferry.
Paros is a very popular holiday destination and is very welcoming to all the visitors who come to Paros. Paros is also the largest of the Cyclades islands and has and endless slue of things to do, like the Church of Panagia Ekatontapiliani, which dates back to 326 AD.
If you are looking for a way to relax on your vacation there are some great tavernas that line the Parikia seafront and amazing beaches to relax and lounge like Agia Irini, Farangas, and Logaras.
We hope that you now have a clear view of how to get from Mykonos to Paros with a ferry.