Alonissos, a unique paradise in the middle of the sea!
Escape to Alonissos, where nature's beauty harmoniously embraces enchanting trails, tropical beaches, and crystalline waters. Chosen by Mediterranean seals, the island boasts a protective marine park, a haven for these majestic creatures.
The Old Town offers Aegean's finest sunsets, leading you through cobblestone lanes and timeless stone houses. Patitiri, the island's capital, captivates with its simple elegance and picturesque port.
Don't miss Agios Dimitrios Beach, an emerald oasis, and explore the underwater museum's 5th-century B.C. shipwreck artifacts.
Alonissos offers a glimpse of paradise, inviting you to compose your perfect summer escape amidst history and natural splendors. Uncover a Mediterranean haven where every moment paints a memory.
Enjoy the local cuisine of Alonissos
In this beautiful place there is no lack of flavors and popular dishes that are a daily pleasure for locals and visitors. We suggest you try Alonissos tuna, lobster spaghetti, shellfish, local goat, twisted cheese pie with goat cheese, hamalia (macaroon in a leaf sprinkled with icing and aroma of lemon or orange) but also fouskakia the local donuts.
Best time to visit Alonissos
An ideal time to visit Alonissos is during the summer season, from late May to mid-September where in addition to the beautiful beaches with turquoise waters you will have the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful villages and the beauty of nature.
How to use transportation in Alonissos
Port transfer options
The port of Alonissos is Patitiri and is located in the southeast of the island. Alonissos is connected by ferry throughout the year with the port of Volos in mainland Greece as well as with the port of Mantoudi in Evia.
The trip by ferry Volos - Alonissos lasts 3.5-4 hours, while the duration of the journey from Mantoudi to Alonissos is around 2 hours. Skiathos with its international airport is the nearest island connection.
Other choices are the airports of Thessaloniki (about 200 klm from the port of Volos) and Athens (about 350 klm from Volos)
Alonissos offers many transportation options if you do not have your own means of transport.
There are bus services between Patitiri and the Old Town from June to September with daily services, but also a route to the port of Steni Vala. Transportation to Alonissos is also possible by taxi - which also operates by telephone - while there are several options for renting a vehicle.