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You are already several that you have written asking about how to go from Santorini island to other Greek islands, I think that more or less you all have it clear, but, just in case, here is a short summary with the basics that you have to know, then it is in your hands the "put" hours on the network looking for the best schedules and connections that suits you.
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Move to other destinations from Santorini by plane
Little can be contributed at this point, the most common trips (unless we know us and if not, any comments on the post are appreciated) is done by Aegean Airlines, the local airline.
They cover Main destinations in Greece, from Athens to the main Greek islands: Santorini, Mykonos, Corfu, Crete... Precisely this is the advantage and the problem at the same time. As there are really few islands that have abundant tourism, airplanes only travel to those where a large flow of tourists may be worthwhile.
Our recommendation is that useis a good flight comparator to locate the flight that best suits your needs, here we leave one to facilitate the work of looking for.
Once in Santorini airport, for move to your destination you have two options: take a taxi or take the bus line, if you want to know bus schedules you have them in https://ktel-santorini.gr/ktel/index.php/en/
To travel to the rest of the islands (which is more or less the vast majority) the people what they use are the ferries, which is in fact the most common and most used transport, almost as much as taking a subway in one of our cities.
Move to other islands from Santorini through the ferry
The first thing you need to know is that for Greece there are two very strong lines of ferries, which are Hellenic Seaways & Blue Star. With both lines you have almost 80% of the routes covered, so it is easy to organize a trip.
Another important detail is that you have to know that these two lines have fast and normal ferries, but of course, now you will be wondering what the difference is. Very easy, with the fast, the route Athens - Santorini you do it in 4,5 hours and with the normal one it is 8 hours. The price is almost double, of course, but ... and the time you save? That each one values what interests him most, but at least know it to better plan the routes.
Many people have doubts about this how to look for tickets, see the routes, how to make reservations, etc ... We advise you to use a ferry ticket comparator like the one we leave below, you can search from here if you want the route you need most.
It offers you the price of ferry tickets on all possible ferry lines: Blue Star, Hellenic Seaways, Sea Jets, Aegean Speed Lines, fast Ferries, etc ... So then you just have to buy the one that comes at the best price.
A very important detail to know
Little thing remains to be told, just a very important detail:
CAREFUL WITH THE TIME IN WHICH YOU LOOK AT THE TRAJECTS AS THEY CHANGE ENOUGH.
That is, as it As summer approaches, the amount of available routes increases and as winter approaches, the paths are reduced to a minimum. It is logical, isn't it? It is a mere matter of tourism. That is why there is no choice but to regularly look at the routes, especially if you do not find the one you need since one day may not be available but after one month you have it to reserve.