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If you reach Athens by plane, you can take the X96 bus from the Airport to the port of Piraeus. There is a 20-minute itinerary, around the clock. After about 1 hour you will reach the bus station in the port, just 500 meters from Gate E9, where you can board on one of the Flying Dolphins to Spetses.
Alternatively, you can take the Suburban Railway from the Airport to Piraeus Port. After 1 hour and 40 minutes, you will reach the station, which is about 700 meters from Gate E9.
Finally you can also take a taxi from the Airport to the port of Piraeus.
From Gate E9 there are frequent Flying Dolphin and Catamaran departures to Spetses. Find out about itineraries at www.Hellenic and book your tickets online or at +30 210-4199000. The journey takes approximately 2.5-3 hours.



If arriving at Spetses with your own or a rented car, follow the Athens - Corinth National Road. After Isthmus of Corinth take the exit for Epidavros. Then follow the signs to Kranidi, Porto Heli and you will finally reach Kosta. The drive until Kosta (the Peloponnesian coast opposite Spetses) takes about 3 hours.

From Kosta you can reach Spetses by ferry boat within 15 minutes.

The following schedule is available on a daily basis:

Kosta - Spetses: 08: 00am-10: 30am-13: 30pm-17: 00pm

Spetses - Kosta: 07: 20am-10: 00am-13: 00pm-16: 30pm

Alternatively you can reach the island, within 7 minutes by taking a Sea Taxi, where you can also ask the Captain to drop you off at Kounoupitsa Pier, which is just 30 meters from Arolithos, instead of Dapia Port.

Sea taxis operate around the clock.

Contact No. of Sea Taxis: + 3022980-72072

We remind you that cars are not allowed at Spetses.

In Costa there are Parking Lots to leave your car.

Contact No. of Parking Lots: + 3027540-57256


Person Rolling Suitcase in Airport

Contact us to arrange your private transfer from the Airport. We have a co-operation with one of the best VIP transportation Companies. Experienced drivers can pick you up from the Airport or any other location and drive you down with comfort to Kosta (the Peloponnesian opposite Spetses).

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