There is no shortage of options to choose from when it comes to selecting a ferry from Cyclades Islands to Dodecanese Islands. There are 3 ferry companies with a combined offering of 42 Ferry Routes connecting Katapola (Amorgos) to Kos, Paros to Leros, Rhodes, Tilos, Kalymnos, Kastelorizo, Kos, Nisyros & Astypalea, Katapola (Amorgos) to Kos, Rhodes, Leros & Patmos, Paros to Leros, Rhodes, Tilos, Kalymnos, Kastelorizo, Kos, Nisyros & Astypalea, Naxos to Kos, Astypalea, Leros & Patmos, Paros to Leros, Rhodes, Tilos, Kalymnos, Kastelorizo, Kos, Nisyros & Astypalea, Syros to Kos, Leros, Patmos, Rhodes, Kalymnos & Astypalea, Thira (Santorini) to Kos, Rhodes, Karpathos, Chalki, Diafani, Kasos & Symi (Simi), Donoussa to Astypalea, Aegiali (Amorgos) to Astypalea & Naxos to Kos, Astypalea, Leros & Patmos.
The fastest route between Cyclades Islands and Dodecanese Islands is Aegiali (Amorgos) to Astypalea with a crossing duration of around 1 hour 40 minutes. With so many routes on offer we make it simple by comparing all similar routes in one search so you can quickly find what you are looking for.
The Cyclades Islands are a Greek archipelago in the Aegean Sea, southeast of the mainland.
Whether you’re looking for an action-packed adventure, romantic retreat, or blissful getaway, the Cyclades have it all. Also, not only are they stunningly beautiful, they deliver on the cultural front too, boasting flourishing food scenes and a rich history.
You’re never short of fascinating things to see either. Delos is the legendary birthplace of Greek deities Apollo and Artemis and claims many archaeological sites while the world-renowned beaches of Mykonos are the perfect places to unwind after a day of adventure.
When it comes to exploring Greece and her islands, travelling by ferry is a quick and convenient way to get around. From the Cyclades, there is a vast network of ferry routes available to the surrounding Greek islands and the mainland, as well as numerous crossings between the Cyclades group itself.
The Dodecanese Islands in the Southeastern Aegean Sea is a group of 12 large islands and numerous smaller ones, located close to the West coast of Turkey, in the sunniest corner of Greece.
The islands boast crystal clear waters, sandy or pebbly beaches, Byzantine and medieval monuments and unique traditional settlements. Its historical capital Rhodes not only offers beautiful beaches, its also a magnificent old city full of beautifully preserved medieval treasure.