With 4 and sometimes 5 daily ferries from Milos to Serifos, traveling between these Greek islands is as easy as it gets. This guide gives more details on the Milos Serifos ferry route.
How to get from Milos to Serifos
The Greek islands of Milos and Serifos are two of the best connected islands in the Cyclades. During the summer, there are 4 or 5 daily Milos to Serifos ferry crossings, meaning that there's plenty of choice when it comes to deciding what time of day to travel.
Traveling to Serifos also gives you other options. For example, you can't travel directly from Milos to Kea, but you can sometimes go via Serifos where you could swap ferries in order to carry on from Serifos to Kea.
All in all, visiting Serifos after Milos is a good choice when it comes to planning which islands to vacation at in Greece.
Note: Even though Milos has an airport, flying from between Milos and Serifos is not possible.
Ferries to Serifos from Milos
During the the busiest months of summer, there is at least 4 and sometimes 5 ferries per day from Milos to Serifos. These ferries to Serifos from Milos are operated by SeaJets, Zante Ferries, Anek Lines, and Blue Star Ferries.
The quicker boat from Milos going to Serifos takes around 1 hour and 5 minutes. The slowest vessel sailing to Serifos from Milos island takes around 2 hours 20 minutes.
As a rule, the faster boats are generally more expensive when it comes to ferry ticket prices. Ticket prices on the older, slower boats can start from under 10 Euros for a foot passenger.
The simplest place to look at schedules for Greek ferries is at the Ferryhopper website.
Note: Be aware that Milos Serifos ferry schedules are only put live a couple of months in advance. If you're searching in January for ferry timetables in August, you might not find anything.
Serifos Island Travel Tips
A few travel tips for visiting the Greek island of Serifos:
- Ferry services depart from Adamas port in Milos. Arriving ferries dock at Livadi port in Serifos.
- For places to stay in Serifos, I suggest using Booking. They have a great selection of where to stay in Serifos and areas to consider staying include Livadi, and Chora. If you are traveling to Serifos in the height of summer, I advise reserving hotels in Serifos a month or so in advance.
- For some quality beach time, head to these beaches in Serifos: Agios Sostis, Karavi, Ganema, Psili Ammos, Livadakia, Ai Giannis, and Sikamia.
- The best place to look at Greek ferries online is Ferryhopper. Although I suggest you book your Milos to Serifos ferry tickets in advance, especially during the busiest time of summer, you can also pop into a local travel agency when you're in Greece if you prefer to be flexible. As there are so many crossings per day from Milos to Serifos, it's unlikely ferry tickets will completely sell out on all boats, even if buying tickets a day or two before.
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- Related blog post suggestion: Milos Island Travel Guide
How to make a trip from Milos to Serifos FAQ
A few common questions about traveling to Serifos from Milos include:
How do you get to Serifos from Milos?
The only way to get from Milos to Serifos is by ferry. There are at least 4 and sometimes 5 ferries per day sailing to the island of Serifos from Milos.
Is there an airport on Serifos?
Although the Cyclades island of Milos has an airport, Serifos does not so you can not fly between the two islands.
How long is the ferry ride from Milos to Serifos?
The ferries to Serifos from Milos take between 1 hour and 5 minutes and 2 hours 20 minutes. Ferry operators on the Milos Serifos route may include SeaJets, Zante Ferries, Anek Lines, and Blue Star Ferries.
Where do I buy ferry tickets to Serifos?
One of the best places to look at ferry schedules and to book tickets online is at Ferryhopper. Although I suggest you book your Milos to Serifos ferry tickets in advance, you could also wait until you are in Greece, and use a travel agency.
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