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One reason why Serifos is visited by so few Scandinavian tourists is the poor boat connections with popular islands like Paros and Naxos. In compensation are the boat connections with Athens' port at Piraeus perfectly excellent. Serifos is not open to mass tourism, but it might be possible to go on an arranged tour from some countries, check with a tour operator in your country. If not, do not despair, it is as easy as pie to travel independently to Serifos.

BY INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS
It is best to go by air to Athens and continue by ferry from Piraeus. Another, quite decent option is to fly to Santorini.

BY DOMESIC FLIGHTS
The closest domestic airport is at Milos.

BY FERRY
Regular ferries and fast catamarans
runs from Piraeus every day during high season. The ferries usually goes via Kithnos on the way to Serifos, and then continue to Sifnos, Kimolos and Milos where they turn and runs the same route back again. Santorini has ferry service with Serifos two to four times a week depending on the season. All ferries docks at the port of Livadi.

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From Livadaki beach you can see when the boats arrive.

From Livadaki beach you can see when the boats arrive.


A catamaran on its way to the port of Livadi.

A catamaran on its way to the port of Livadi.



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