Milos to Folegandros Ferry Schedules, Services, and Travel Info

During the summer, there are two or three ferries a day sailing from Milos to Folegandros. The quickest ferry from Milos to Folegandros takes just one hour.

Traveling from Milos to Folegandros

Folegandros island in Greece

If you've made your way from Athens to Milos and are looking for an island to hop to next, Folegandros is an excellent choice.

In a similar way to Milos, Folegandros could be considered top of tier 2 in the Cyclades islands – Not over touristy, but enough infrastructure to make people happy.

Folegandros is also a good halfway point between Santorini if you're following the Athens – Milos – Folegandros – Santorini route through the islands.

Milos Folegandros Ferry Schedule

During the height of summer, there are at least two ferries per day, and from time to time three ferries in a day crossing from Milos to Folegandros.

These ferries to Folegandros from Milos are operated by SeaJets, Blue Star Ferries and Zante Ferries.

The quicker boat (high speed ferry) from Milos going to Folegandros takes around 1 hour and 10 minutes and is operated by SeaJets. This is likely to have the most expensive fares between the two Greek islands.

Blue Star Ferries and Zante Ferries are the ferry companies offering cheaper prices for passengers. These ferry companies operate larger conventional ferries which are slower. The very slowest crossing taking 2 hours and 40 minutes.

These two services are more infrequent though, so it may be the luck of the draw if these cheaper Milos Folegandros ferry services operate on the days you want them to!

Try using Ferryhopper in order to book ferry tickets online, but keep in mind that ferry schedules are often not uploaded until a couple of months prior. This gives the ferry companies time to adapt their schedules for the anticipated tourist demand of the year.

For more destinations to visit after Milos, take a look here: Ferries from Milos

Folegandros Island Travel Tips

A few travel tips for visiting Folegandros island:

  • For accommodation in Folegandros, have a look at Booking. The best areas to stay in Folegandros are Karavostasis port and Chora. If you are traveling to Folegandros in the tourist season, I advise reserving where to stay in Folegandros a month or so in advance. More in my guide here: Best Folegandros Hotels

  • Ferryhopper is perhaps the easiest site to use when it comes to booking Folegandros ferry tickets online. It's recommended to book your Milos to Folegandros ferry tickets in advance, especially during the peak months of summer.

What to see in Folegandros Greece

I've a complete guide on things to do in Folegandros which may help your travel planning. You can find different sections that will help you on what to see and do below:

Traveling to Folegandros island from Milos

Ferries from Milos to Folegandros FAQ

Some commonly asked questions about traveling to Folegandros from Milos include:

How can I get to Folegandros from Milos?

In order to make the journey from Milos to Folegandros the best way is by ferry boat. There is at least one ferry per day, and from time to time two ferries in a day sailing to the Greek island of Folegandros from Milos.

Can I fly from Milos to Folegandros?

Although Milos island has an airport, Folegandros does not, and so flights between the islands of Milos and Folegandros are not possible. If you wanted to fly out of Milos, your only choice of destinations would be Athens.

How long is the ferry ride from Milos to Folegandros?

The ferries to Folegandros from Milos take between 1 hour and 10 minutes and 2 hours and 40 minutes. Ferry operators on the Milos Folegandros route may include SeaJets, Blue Star Ferries and Zante Ferries.

Where do I buy ferry tickets to Folegandros?

The easiest way to get hold of ferry tickets in Greece is by using Ferryhopper. Although I recommend you book your Milos to Folegandros ferry tickets in advance, you could also wait until you are in Greece, and use a travel agency.

Folegandros Greek Island Hopping Guide

Ferry Milos To Folegandros Final Thoughts

I hope this article has been helpful and that you now feel confident in booking your tickets for the Milos Folegandros ferry route! If not, don't hesitate to leave a comment below or get in touch with me directly. I love hearing from my readers and am always happy to help out where I can. Happy travels!

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Dave is a travel writer originally from the UK, and now living in Greece. As well as writing this guide about ferries from Milos to Folegandros, he's created many other Greek island travel guides for popular destinations here on Dave's Travel Pages. Follow Dave on social media for travel inspiration from Greece and beyond:

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