Milos is a beautiful, volcanic island of the Cyclades located in the southwestern part of the complex. The main ferry connection of Milos to mainland Greece is through Piraeus, while there are frequent ferries to many other Cycladic islands. Ferryhopper gives you a short guide with information on Milos 2020 ferry connections so you can better organize your ferrytales.
How to get from Athens to Milos in 2020?
The port of Piraeus is well-connected to Milos throughout the year 2020. There are already more than 3 weekly crossings to Milos from Zante Ferries, Aegeon Pelagos and Sea Speed Ferries since February. A standard ferry ticket costs around 40 € while the ferry journey varies from 4 hr 45 min to 7 hr 20 min. During the 2020 high season, catamarans from Seajets, Golden Star Ferries and Aegean Speed Lines operate the ferry route Piraeus - Milos at least 4 times a day. Travel time is reduced to less than 3 hrs and ferry tickets cost around 55 €.
Tip: For a short time in the spring of 2020, you can travel from Lavrio to Milos with the vessel Artemis of Blue Star Ferries. You can contact the Ferryhopper team for more details via e-mail or at +30 2109241453.
Island-hopping around Milos in 2020
You can easily organize island-hopping around Milos and discover more unforgettable places in the Greek islands!
- Milos - Serifos: From February 2020, Zante Ferries and Blue Star Ferries operate the Milos - Serifos sailing in approximately 2 - 3 hrs and the ticket costs just 8 €. At the beginning of the high season (May - September 2020), the ferry companies Aegean Speed Lines and Seajets also serve this ferry route with catamarans and conventional ferries. The journey takes about 1.5 hrs and the ferry ticket costs around 17 €.
- Milos - Kimolos: These two islands are very close. Since early 2020 there have been frequent weekly crossings from Blue Star Ferries and Zante Lines with conventional ferries. The journey from Milos to Kimolos takes about 1 hr and the ferry ticket costs just 5 €.
- Milos - Sifnos: This ferry route is already running from the beginning of the year. Zante Lines offers ferries traveling from Milos to Sifnos, with a journey of about 1.5 hrs and a fare of 16 €. From spring onwards, Seajets, Golden Star Ferries and Aegean Speed Lines also serve this ferry connection, with daily catamarans reducing the journey time to less than 1 hr. The ticket price, in this case, is 15-16 €.
- Milos - Folegandros: The ferry from Milos to Folegandros is initially operated by Zante Lines and Blue Star Ferries. The journey lasts around 2 - 2.5 hrs and the ferry ticket costs 8 €. For the summer season, Seajets and Golden Star Ferries add speed boats that travel for less than 1 hr and the fare is around 40 €.
At the same time, Milos is connected with Santorini, Ios, Kythnos, Sikinos, and even Crete. Check the interactive Ferryhopper map of ferries and enjoy your ferrytales on the Greek islands!
What discounts are there for ferry routes to Milos for 2020?
Depending on the ferry operator, there are special discounts and offers for different groups of people. You can check the relevant FAQ page on ferry discounts or contact our customer service for more specific details!
Where to book ferry tickets to Milos for 2020?
Do you want to visit one of the most beautiful islands in the Cyclades or to organize a romantic getaway in the summer of 2020? Check Ferryhopper and find all 2020 Milos ferry routes! Compare prices, ferry itineraries and companies, and book ferry tickets easily and quickly! For more information, you can contact our team via e-mail or +30 2109241453.