Traveling from Milos to Santorini by ferry
There are at least 2 daily ferry crossings from Milos to Santorini and tickets cost from 17€. Read our ferry guide with the latest information for this route.
Ferry schedules from Milos to Santorini*
Is there a ferry from Milos to Santorini?
You can find everyday ferry departures from Milos to Santorini. This can change depending on the season and weather, but you can compare information and check real-time data on our fare search engine. The ferry companies that usually serve this connection are Seajets, Zante Ferries, Aegeon Pelagos and Sea Speed Lines.
How long is the ferry ride from Milos to Santorini?
The duration of the route between Milos and Santorini is from 1 hour and 50 minutes up to 4 hours, depending on the vessel and the ferry company.
Is there a high-speed ferry from Milos to Santorini?
Yes, there are ferry companies that run the route Milos - Santorini with fast ferries, mainly during the summer. The duration of the trip with the high-speed ferry to Santorini is approximately 2 hours.
How much is the ferry from Milos to Santorini?
The price for the simple ferry ticket for the route Milos - Santorini starts from 17€ for the conventional ferry and close to 50€ for the speedboat. However, the total cost can be higher or lower depending on reductions, offers, and seat or vehicle type.
What’s the ferry schedule from Milos to Santorini?
There are over 15 weekly ferry crossings from Milos to Santorini. The earliest ferry usually departs at 10:15 and arrives in Santorini around 12:15. It is worth mentioning that there are scheduled trips at 01:20, 03:10 and 03:50 that reach Santorini early in the morning.
What’s the distance between Milos and Santorini?
The island of Santorini is about 95 km or 52 nautical miles southeast of Milos.
Am I allowed to travel from Milos to Santorini?
Yes, travel within Greece is currently allowed. For the latest information on COVID-19 and ferry traveling in Greece, visit our relevant FAQ section.
View over the red rocks of Santorini
How can I book ferry tickets from Milos to Santorini?
Organize your trip between 2 of the most popular islands of Greece. On Ferryhopper you will compare schedules, timetables, prices and book your trip from Milos to Santorini online!
Useful tips for your ferry trip from Milos to Santorini
- The port of Milos may be full of travelers during the summer and many ferries can arrive or depart at the same time. For this reason, we recommend that you arrive at the port at least 45 minutes early to find your ferry.
- The conventional vessels that serve the Milos - Santorini line have garages with space to transport your vehicle, in order to explore more places on the island.
- For more info on the island and holidays in Santorini, please visit our relevant page.
- Athinios, the port of Santorini is small and can get extra crowded in high season. On our blog, you can find a helpful guide for the port of Santorini.
- Santorini is known all over the world and has direct ferry connections to most of the Cycladic islands. Get on the Ferryhopper Map of Ferries and organize island-hopping in Ios, Folegandros, Anafi and even Crete!
- For more travel information or to confirm your departure time, you can contact the Ferryhopper customer service team!
Where to take the ferry from Milos to Santorini?
The main port of Milos is Adamantas and is located really close to Plaka, the capital of the island. The port is easily accessible by car and there are frequent bus services that connect it to Plaka or other settlements of Milos. Near the port, you can find parking space and other amenities, as well as free Wi-Fi connection.
Ferry companies in Greece are usually quite flexible when it comes to luggage size and weight. You can keep your luggage next to you or store your bags and suitcases in the designated luggage area on the ferry to Santorini.
Good to know: bear in mind that there is no check-in procedure for luggage items.
Tip: each ferry company has its own baggage allowance policy. We recommend that you don’t carry more than 50 kg of luggage to avoid delays due to restricted space in the luggage area.
The trip to Santorini from Milos isn’t very long, and many high-speed ferries don’t have cabins. For extra comfort during the journey, you can book a seat.