By plane to Kalymnos
Kalymnos Airport – If you want to travel to Kalymnos by plane, you can book a flight from Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”.
Flights to Kalymnos are all year round and you can connect with all major airports around the world from Athens, during the summer months we have 2 flights a day, and winter 1 flight per day.
By plane Kos & boat to Kalymnos
Kos Airport – Flying via Kos International Airport “Hippocrates” during the summer months, charter flights are available from England, Germany, Italy, France, Poland, Neverlands and Scandinavia countries.
Kos Airport Also offers Schedule flights from Athens, Thessaloniki & Crete which operate both summer and winter. Once arriving in Kos Airport, a 10 minutes taxi or bus ride brings you to Mastihari and then you can take a 30 minute ferry boat trip to Kalymnos.
By boat from Piraeus port (Athens)
Kalymnos is connected to the port of Piraeus Athens and to other Dodecanese Islands such as Kos, Leros, Patmos, Lipsi, Astypalaia, Samos & Rhodes with regular ferry lines.
From Piraeus (port of Athens) regular route connects to the Dodecanese islands arriving and departing 5 times per week taking between 9-12 hours.
By boat from Mastihari (Kos)
Mastihari in Kos is where boats run regularly taking only 30 minutes to reach Kalymnos.