Planning is the key to traveling by ferry from Athens to Milos like a pro! Keep reading to discover the best ferry routes from Athens to Milos, availability, ferry schedules, connections, travel tips, prices and many more. Here we go!
Ferries from Athens to Milos operate all year round. The main port of Athens that serves this route is Piraeus, but there are also some ferry departures from Lavrion port.
A ferry ticket to Milos costs '20' 'EUR' (20 Euros) - '60' 'EUR' (60 Euros) for a standard seat.
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What are the ferry routes from Athens to Milos?
There are ferries from Athens to Milos throughout the year, but there are more frequent routes in the peak season. More specifically, there are 1-2 ferry connections from between Athens and Milos off-season and at least 5 in the peak season, both in the morning and in the afternoon. In the peak season, the first ferry from Piraeus usually departs at 7.00 and the last at 20.30.
Indicative Ferry Routes from Athens to Milos (Piraeus & Lavrion ports)*
Multiple times per day
€56.00 - €84.00
€35.00 - €174.00
€20.00 - €20.00
€45.00 - €45.00
€30.00 - €46.00
€57.00 - €70.00
€36.50 - €107.00
What types of ferries travel from Athens to Milos?
The types of ferries that travel from Athens to Milos are conventional ferries and high-speed/catamaran ferries. Conventional ferries are slower, while high-speed/catamaran ferries are faster.
How long is the ferry trip from Athens to Milos?
The duration of the trip from Athens to Milos is 3-6.5 hours. More specifically, a conventional ferry (Minoan Lines, Zante Ferries, Aegeon Pelagos) will get you to Milos in 4-6.5 hours, whereas a high-speed/catamaran ferry (Golden Star Ferries, Seajets, Aegean Speedlines) will get you to Milos in about 3 hours.
The location of Milos in the heart of the Aegean makes it a perfect base for island-hopping to the islands of the Cyclades, like Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, and Kimolos.
The best way to plan your trip from Athens to Milos is to book your ferry tickets in advance, as Greek ferries may be fully booked, especially in July and August. This also applies to ferry tickets from Milos to Athens.
Most ferries that sail to Milos give the option of vehicle transportation in the ferry's garage, so you can easily travel along with your car.