Donoussa is a small Cycladic island, with few residents and beautiful beaches. You
will spend calm and peaceful holidays in Donoussa, enjoying swimming and the local
delicacies such as the stuffed goat with rice, the patatato but also the traditional
sweet nougat in lemon leaves. You can easily explore the whole Donoussa and visit
its various churches, like the church of the Virgin Mary and the Cross but also the
ancient settlements of the geometrical period. You should also visit the Cave of
the Wall, which is full of amazing stalactites. You will have relaxed and carefree
holidays and you will be filled with joy and enthusiasm. If you too want to spend
some unforgettable holidays in Donoussa, all you have to do is book your ferry tickets
The Donoussa Port
You can easily travel by ship from Piraeus and the surrounding islands to Donoussa.
You can also book your ferry tickets online via aktoploika.gr for a more comfortable
and carefree journey. The route from Piraeus to Donoussa lasts about 7 hours and
its harbor, the Cross or Kambos, is the biggest settlement of the island. There are
lots of restaurants and cafes as well as rooms to let near the port.
Connection With Other Islands
Donoussa has a ferry connection with the following ports: Piraeus (Athens), Amorgos,
Astypalaia, Heraklion (Crete), Koufonisia, Naxos, Paros, Santorini, Schinoussa.
You can now book ferry tickets online for Donoussa via Aktoploika.gr. If you plan
to travel during July and August, it’s best if you have booked several days or weeks
earlier to avoid hitches. You should also know that round-
The distances in Donoussa are very small and you can easily travel on foot while there are boats that can take you to some of the more secluded beaches of the island. With only four settlements, three of them uninhabited, and a very short road network, moving in Donousa is the last thing that will bother you. There aren’t any buses, only two taxis and, as an alternative transportation way, you can take a small boat, which will take you to a beach, or use your ...feet. You can always rent a bicycle in Stavros, that will be proved your faithful friend in your excursions.
Small but gorgeous..!
It is the northernmost island of the Cyclades and is located at a great distance
from the rest of the islands. Amorgos is the nearest island in a 14 miles distance.
It has an area of 13 square kilometers, and 110 permanent inhabitants that are fishermen
or farmers. The name of the island is preserved from the ancient times.
Stavros, is the capital and the port of the island and is located in the southern part of Donoussa and is protected from the north winds. Here you will find one of the most beautiful beaches and if you have a boat you can moor at the smallest dock to the right. Stavros you will find everything, taverns, mini markets, bakeries, cafes, bar and rooms to let. The other villages are Kalotaritissa, with the picturesque tavern, Troulos, Messaria and Mersini. A main road connects these villages. You will be charmed by the sandy beaches-
During your stay on the island do not miss to visit the Cave of Tichos which is located north west of the island, the remnants of the geometric settlements that indicate the inhabitation of the island since then and the churches of the Holy Cross, the Virgin Mary and St. John. Also, taste kavourma, patatato, lamp stuffed with rice and as you are leaving the island take with you axialomizithra and sesame.
Ferry tickets and offers to Donoussa
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