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You can find usefull information here: https://www.greeka.com/saronic/spetses/travel/

From airport: The closest airport is Athens. From Athens, visitors can go to the port of Piraeus and take the ferry to Spetses. You can also reach Spetses from many different ports, in addition to Piraeus port, by small hydrofoils that are used to transfer only passengers, not vehicles. These small, speed boats depart from Athens to Spetses about every 4-5 times per day and the route lasts about 3 hours. Such speed boats also connect Spetses with Porto Heli and Ermioni in Peloponnese and with other islands of the Saronic Gulf, like Hydra and Poros.
By car: From Athens in about 3 hours. Following the Attiki Odos and then the National Road Athens - Corinth, after the isthmus, go left towards Epidaurus (Corinth Exit B - Epidaurus). Drive for about 30 minutes and you arrive at the intersection of Epidaurus. Just before you will see signs to Poros or Spetses. At the junction turn right and immediately below the bridge on the left. Then follow the new road to reach Kranidi, after about one hour. Following the road of Kranidiou arrive at Porto Heli, at the intersection lying on the beach. There, go left and you arrive in Kosta.
Kosta is an area opposite to Spetses. Cars in Spetses are prohibited and are subject to special regulations of the Municipality of Spetses, therfore you have to leave your car in Kosta. You can reach from Kosta to Spetses by Ferry boat, with traditional boats or wiith water taxis that operate 24 hours a day.

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