Ferry to Kimolos
Passengers travelling by ferry to Kimolos arrive to a unique volcanic island with crystal clear waters!
Traveling to the Destination of Kimolos
In the last few years Kimolos has acquired many fans that visit the island frequently for its tranquility and authenticity. The Village, the only main settlement on the island, is built at the feet of Xaplovouni. It consists of white Cycladic houses, whose outer walls form the outside wall of the castle, which protected during the 17th century its inhabitants from pirate raids. Today it is the main meeting point of the visitors for food and drinks.
Anyone travelling to the destination Kimolos by ferry will face the port of Psathi and immediately perceive the peaceful atmosphere and natural beauty of the island. Despite its limited size of only 36 square meters, Kimolos has numerous beaches one can go to. Among them are the busy beaches of Alyki, Bonatsa and Kalamitsi, Lea with its thermal waters and Ellinika with the ancient necropolis at its seabed. For hiking lovers, six different routes are proposed. Windmills, ruins of old churches and chapels, traditional fishing villages such as Goupa with cave shelters for boats and gorgeous geological phenomena, make up the main scenery of the paths. Taking a ferry from Kimolos will leave you with peace in mind.
Kimolos is 87 nautical miles from Athens and only 900 meters from Mylos. Kimolos ferry routes take us to the southwest Aegean. Starting from the port of Piraeus, Kimolos interconnects with all the western Cyclades and Santorini, with Central Cyclades as well as with the island of Milos.
Schedules & Prices Kimolos
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