Finding a direct flight from your country to Athens is very easy. Nearly all airlines fly to Athens International airport (http://www.aia.gr/), including international airlines from all over the world and low cost airlines within Europe. Some of the low cost airlines that offer scheduled flights to Athens airport are EasyJet, German Wings and Vueling. You may also check SkyScanner for all available options on flights to Athens.
Once you arrive in Athens airport “El Venizelos”, Lavrion charter base is located around 35km (approx. 22 miles) away and can be reached basically by two ways. These are:
1. By coach bus (called KTEL) which can be found just outside the airport main hall. The KTEL bus departs from the airport every 1 hour starting from 06.30 until 20.30. The last bus is at 22.00. The only problem is that the KTEL bus will take you only up to “Markopoulos” stop where you will have to wait for the “regular” KTEL line that is coming from Athens centre (sign should say LAVRION or SOUNION). That means that you may have to wait for up to 30 minutes for the other bus to come. The ticket from the airport to Lavrion costs Euro 4 and covers both buses. For more information on bus routes and timetables you may visit http://www.ktelattikis.gr/.
2. By taxi. No doubt the best way to reach Lavrion port. Just outside the airportʼs main hall, you will find plenty of taxis waiting. Depending always on the traffic, it should take you approx. 35-40 minutes to get to Lavrion and it should cost around Euro 45-55 (luggage included).
A pre-arranged transfer at a small extra cost can also be arranged by GALAZIO SAILING.
See the main page for Lavrion port in Athens.
** Possible changes on ferry/ air flight timetables, ticket prices, public means of transport etc may be occurred. For even more detailed information, on how to reach Lavrion port in Athens, you can also consult your local agent or ask us via a short message.