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Are you dreaming of a holiday to Milos? Find all of the information on the ferry from Karpathos to Milos with our Cyclades Islands ferry booking service. In just few steps you can get all the info you need, including the ferry routes, the timetables, the prices and the travel times for the crossings to Milos from Karpathos.
The crossing between Karpathos and Milos is served by the maritime operator Aegeon Pelagos who carry out one trip per week with mostly morning boardings and crossing times not exceeding 20 hr 10 min. If you need to bring your vehicle on board, you have many options thanks to the cargo capacity of the ships operating on this crossing. Even if you have long journey ahead, you can travel in comfort thanks to on board services. Self-service restaurants, bars and shops are provided to make the journey more pleasant. When booking your ticket, be sure to choose accommodation that best meets your needs. We have various options available on board.
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KARPATHOS MILOS offers
Discounts for children under 10
Children between the ages of 5 and 10 are eligible for a 50% discount, including fees.
Children under 5 travel free
Children aged 0 to 5 travel free, but will not be designated seating or accommodation.
Port of KARPATHOS
The port of Pigadia is located on the island of Karpathos and provides connections to the other Dodecanese islands and the port of Piraeus. The port has both passenger ferries as well as commercial vessels and it is also possible to rent small private boats from here. From the port you can reach other places on the island using public transport.... [More information]
Address: Karpathos 857 00, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Karpathos, port
Guide of MILOS
Milos is a beautiful island of volcanic origin and is recognizable from the sea because of the lava rock formations and its black beaches. Thanks to its horseshoe shape the island has the largest bay in the area and Milos has always been famous for its natural beauty. It is famous for the beautiful colours on display at sunset ranging from golden to red to brown, creating a striking contrast with the blue sea. History The island became famous when in the early nineteenth century a farmer who was ploughing his field found a statue without arms and in two pieces, it was later named 'The Ve... [More information]
1 weekly sailing - Duration: 20 hours 10 minutes
Ship: F/B PREVELIS