How to get to Milos

Milos is easily accessible from Athens by plane, by ferry from Piraeus Port and from many other islands in the Aegean. The island has a national airport and only receives domestic flights. Alternatively, the island is also connected with Santorini that receives flights from many European cities.

By air
Milos has a small domestic airport. There are currently no international flights arriving directly at Milos airport from abroad. Instead, you would first need to get to the Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”, and then catch a connecting flight from Athens to Milos. The duration of the flight is about 45 minutes from Athens. The airport is located approximately 10 km away from Adamas, so it is fairly convenient.

On most days there are approximately two flight options. You can have a look at available flights through these websites:

By sea
There is a regular ferry connection between Milos and Piraeus port, therefore you can easily reach the island of Milos from Athens. The trip lasts around 3.5 hours, when traveling by high-speed ferry. Milos is also connected with some other islands of the Cyclades, like Santorini, Paros, Sifnos, Serifos, Folegandros and Ios. During summer, there are some extra ferry routes from Heraklion port in Crete.

On most days, there are approximately two boat trip options. You can have look at the available boats’ schedules through this website

*Please know that availability for both options is subject to daily changes.