Emergency Numbers:

Fire Emergency: 199
Ambulance: 166
Police: 100
Tourist police: (English, French and German) 171
Police: +30 22860 22649
Port Authorities: +30 22860 22239

Tourist Information
Local Government Tourist Office: +30 22860 27111

Emergency & Hospitals
Hospitals, pharmacies and doctors on call: 1434
Hospital: +30 22860 23123, +30 22860 23333
By sea

Ferry connections between mainland Greece and Santorini are frequent, especially during the summer time. During the summer high-season (June-August), ferries leave daily from Piraeus port to Santorini and vice-versa. A typical ferry journey is: Piraeus - Paros - Naxos - Ios - Santorini.
There are also frequent connections between Santorini and other Cyclades islands (Mykonos, Anafi, Amorgos) as well as Rhodes , Crete and Thessaloniki.
Taking the boat from Piraeus, the main port of Athens, you will reach Santorini in around 9 hours with the classic ferry, 7 hours with the Blue Star Ferries and less with the catamaran or the hydrofoil (4.5hrs).
During the summer time, there is a daily speed boat service (that takes 6hrs 20mins to reach Santorini) from the port of Rafina, an hour’s drive from Athens centre.

By air

Travelling by air to Santorini is the least time consuming method and you can choose from 7-10 daily flights direct from Athens International Airport to Thera (Thira) Airport, Santorini, operated by Greece’s two national carriers – Olympic Airways and Aegean Airlines. The cost of a return flight from Thera (Thira) to Athens is approximately €100 and flight time is approximately 40 minutes.Charter flights that operate from various European cities are also an option if you are arriving from Europe.

Aegean Airlines: +30 22860 28500
Olympic Airways Airport Office: +30 22860 31525
Olympic Airways City Office: +30 22860 22493
Cable Car: +30 22860 22977
Tourist Information on Sea Transport:
Boat Timetables: 1440

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