How to arrive

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Milos is one of the Cycladic islands in the South Aegean.
You can reach Milos Island by airplane from Athens International Airport and from Piraeus, other Cycladic Islands such as Santorini (Thira), Mykonos etc and Crete (Heraklio) by boat.
In winter time there is only 1 flight daily that lasts 45 minutes and a few slow boats during the week (5 hours when they come direct to Milos and about 8 hours when they also reach other ports).
During summer season there are at least 3 flights daily from Athens and more than 4 fast and slow ferries from Piraeus and other islands.

From our office you can issue your ferry tickets.
Following information is needed in order to issue your ferry tickets:
Passengers' full names and date of birth
Cars' plate number (if there is one)
A valid mobile number

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Please note that all ferry tickets must be prepaid in order to be issued!

Piraeus – Milos
Slow boats need 5hours; if they come directly, or up to 8 hours if they stop to other ports, too.
Fast ferries need 2,5hours; if they come directly, or up to 4 hours if they stop to other ports, too.

Crete (Heraklio) – Milos
There is only one slow boat connecting Crete and Milos and the trip takes 10 hours.

Cycladic Island – Milos
Depending on distance, a slow boat needs from 2 – 9 hours and a fast ferry 1 – 6 hours