The access to Skopelos, on both ports of Skopelos and Glossa, is being performed daily via the ports of Volos, Agios Konstantinos, Mantoudi and Kimi. Also, you can take a flight to the airport of Skiathos and then travel to Skopelos by boat. Book now your ferry tickets to Skopelos
Port of Volos to Skopelos – Ferry tickets – timetables
Highspeed Vessels: “Erato” from Aegean Flying Dolphins departs every day at 14:00 from Volos and arrives in Skopelos at 16:10. Ticket costs 35euro. “Flying cat 6” from Hellenic Seaways departs every day (except Sunday) at 16:00 and arrives in Skopelos at 18:45, tickets costs 52 euros.
Conventional Vessels: “Express Skiathos” from Hellenic Seaways/Blue Star Ferries departs every day at 07:45 and arrives in Skopelos at 11:40. ticket costs 30euros, car ticket costs 85euros, motorbike tickets costs 17euros. “Proteas” from ANES LINES departs every day from the port of Volos at 08:15 and arrives in Skopelos at 12:45, ticket costs 25,70euros. If you travel to the second port Glossa then ticket costs 23.60euros.
Port of Aghios Konstantinos (180km north of Athens) to Skopelos – Ferry tickets: Highspeed vessels duration of the journey is 2 hours while with conventional is 4hours and 20 minutes. Ferry ticket costs 29.90euros.
Port of Mantoudi to Skopelos – Ferry tickets
Conventional Vessel “Proteas” departs from the port of Mantoudi at 15:00 and arrives in Skopelos at 17:45. Ticket costs 20euros, car ticket costs 55euros. Mantoudi is located in Evoia and it’s 145km away from Athens and 80km away from Chalkida.
Port of Kimi to Skopelos: Conventional vessels, duration 3 hours.
Port of Thessaloniki to Skopelos (during the summer months)
The highspeed vessel Super Speed departs from Thessaloniki at 10:00 in the morning and arrives in Skopelos at 13:55. Ferry ticket costs 60euros. Book now your ferry ticket from Thessaloniki to Skopelos.