The ferry connection between Milos and Kimolos is almost daily. The short distance of these two islands allows the connection with both conventional ships and smaller ships, such as sea taxis.
From Milos, you can go to Kimolos from two ports. You can take the ferry from Adamas of Milos and be on the island. From the port of Adamas, the largest conventional ships depart and the connection is the one formed by the intra-Cycladic ferry connection and the connection with the largest central ports (Piraeus-Lavrio).
In Kimolos via Milos, you can also go from the port of Pollonia of Milos via the ferry "Osia Metodia". See the ferry schedule below.
Pollonia, is the northern port of Milos and from this port of the island depart daily ferry boats for the island of Kimolos.
The port of Kimolos, Psathi, receives in both cases the ships that approach the island. In summer and due to the large tourist flow, we also encounter itineraries of smaller ships. Small speedboats and boats approach the island in an effort to have more flexibility and of course greater service to the public and visitors.