Getting to Kythira by bus with the Drakakis Tours coach
You can board the coach that Drakakis Tours organises and arrive at Kythira quickly and safely via Neapolis. The coaches start from both the centre of Athens (corner of Syntagma Square and Ermou Street) and from the port of Piraeus (Karaiskaki Square – Gate E7) and carry out weekly trips. The ATHENS – NEAPOLIS trip takes 5 hours and 30 minutes and costs approximately €41 per person including the ferry ticket. The coach stops in Neapolis to board the ferry “Porfyrousa” and once it reaches the island, you can disembark at the village of your choice along Kythira’s main road.
- Athens boarding points on google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/aoigl
- Piraeus boarding points on google maps: https://goo.gl/maps/U1lWS
Drakakis Tours – Livadi, 80100 Kythira
Tel: +30 27360.31160
Fax +30 2736031760
Getting to Kythira by bus with the KTEL Laconias
You can board one the KTEL buses that operate daily in order to reach either the port of Gythio or the port of Neapolis. The buses start from the Kifissos Station cost about € 25.9 for Gythio and €36.70 for Neapolis. Once you disembark, you can take the ferry either from Gythio or from Neapolis. Before you begin your trip, you should know that the schedules of the KTEL buses do not always connect with the schedules of the ferries. We suggest that you contact the relevant local agency to find out the ferry’s exact departure time and to inquire if you can arrive prior to the ferry’s departure.
KTEL Lacnoias offers daily routes from Athens to Gythio and from Athens to Neapolis.
Athens: +30 2105124910
Gythio: +30 2733022228
Neapolis: +30 2734023222