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Milos is connected with Heraklion, Rethimno and Sitia (Crete) and Anafi, Folegandros, Ios, Katapola/Amorgos, Kea, Kimolos, Koufonissi, Kythnos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Serifos, Sifnos, Sikinos, Syros, Thira/Santorini and Tinos (Cyclades Islands) and Chalki, Diafani/Karpathos, Karpathos, Kasos and Rhodes (Dodecanese Islands) and Lavrio and Piraeus (Greece). The ferry lines to Milos are served by 7 different ship operators - Aegean Speed Lines, Aegeon Pelagos, Blue Star Ferries, Golden Star Ferries, Minoan Lines / Grimaldi Euromed, Sea Jets and Zante Ferries - with a combined schedule of 262 weekly connections with all day departures and maximum duration of 27 hr 10 min. The line is also served by hydrofoils, which can be used by foot passengers only, so you must choose between transporting your vehicle and getting there faster!
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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]