Milos - Mykonos

Ferry tickets to Mykonos

Showing off its international star aura and unique architecture, Mykonos is a must-see destination all year round.

  • BOOK YOUR FERRY TICKETS
  • RETURN TRIP
  • SINGLE ROUTE
  • MULTIPLE ROUTES
  • We have not been able to identify the port
  • We have not been able to identify the port
Up to 9 passengers
Up to 4 vehicles You have reached the maximun allowed vehicles
When and where are you travelling?
  • We have not been able to identify the port
  • We have not been able to identify the port
Up to 9 passengers
Up to 4 vehicles You have reached the maximun allowed vehicles
When and where are you travelling?
  • We have not been able to identify the port
  • We have not been able to identify the port
Up to 9 passengers
Up to 4 vehicles You have reached the maximun allowed vehicles
When and where are you travelling?
  • We have not been able to identify the port
  • We have not been able to identify the port
Up to 9 passengers
Up to 4 vehicles You have reached the maximun allowed vehicles
When and where are you travelling?
Previous search: {{ model.route.Origin.Text }} {{ model.route.Destination.Text }} {{ dates }} {{ model.passengers.Passengers }} {{ model.passengers.Vehicles }}

Travel comfortably and safely from Milos to Mykonos. Learn more about your favorite route and check out interesting information for visitors.

Information about the port of Milos

Passenger routes connect Pollonia to Piraeus, Sifnos, Serifos and Kythnos daily. There are weekly connections to Crete (Sitia), Rhodes and Karpathos, and regular ferries to Folegandros, Sikinos, Paros, Santorini and Ios. Can’t wait? Book your ferry tickets to Milos quickly and easily at Let’s Ferry and have them delivered at your home or pick them up at the port

Mykonos Port

Daily routes connect Mykonos with Rafina via Tinos and Andros and with Piraeus via Tinos and Syros. There is regular connections to Santorini, Thessaloniki and Crete and also to Samos and Ikaria.