Ikaria is an island in the North East Aegean and it belongs to the Samos prefecture. It is situated 10 nautical miles (19 kilometers) southwest of Samos and 143 nautical miles from the port of Piraeus. You can get to the island by plane or boat. During the summer months planes and boats are more frequent. There are also flying dolphins and smaller boats that connect with the nearby islands. Travel agencies can provide details of the above.
The island is connected by boat with two ports, Evdilos and Agios Kirikos. Evdilos is located on the north side, in the center of the island and is about 25 km (30 minutes by car) from the area of seminars, while Agios Kirykos is located on the southeastern side of the island and is 60 km (1 hour and 30 minutes) from the area where the seminars take place. The connection to the port of Piraeus to the two ports of Ikaria is currently exclusively by ships of Hellenic Seaways (Nissos Mykonos & Nissos Rodos). Ikaria is also connected to the ports of Syros - Paros - Naxos - Mykonos - Fourni - Samos - Chios - Mytilene - Lemnos - Kavala by the boats Nissos Mykonos & Nissos Rodos. There is also connection to the islands of Patmos, Lipsi, Leros, Kalymnos, Kos, Samos and Fournoi by the company Dodekanisos seaways (Dodekanisos Pride) only from the port of Agios Kirikos. Ikaria is also connected to Samos and Fourni with daily trips from Agios Kirikos by the small vessel Panagia Theotokos.
Ikaria's airport is in Faros, Agios Kirikos about 70 km (1 hour and 40 minutes) from the venue of the seminars. Ikaria has daily connections to Athens with Aegean Airlines and Sky Express. There is also connection to Thessaloniki, Lemnos and Crete (during the summer) with Astra Airlines.