Thalassa Beach House, located at Zaharias Beach, is 2kms away from the port of Kimolos, Psathi.
Coming out from the boat, you follow the cars that exit the port and take the slightly uphill road that leads you to the main (and only!) village Chorio. After approximately 100 meters, where the road forks, you must continue straight. We also have a sign at that point that shows the direction for all Aria Hotel properties of the island. Just follow the one for Thalassa Beach House.
You continue straight (passing the sign towards the Windmill Hotel & Café), direction right at the next split of the street.
20m further uphill there is a road sign pointing towards Prassa, Ag. Minas etc. You turn right.
Continue straight and on your right hand side you will see a sign pointing towards Goupa. Do not take the downhill road but continue straight and slightly uphill.
100m before reaching the gas station there is a sign pointing right towards Thalassa Bach House. Go down the rough dirt road and at the concrete flat area make a left. At the end of that path you can park the car. Thalassa Beach House is 50 m. from that point.
Useful information about the main village "Chorio"
At the main village of "Chorio" there is a community clinic, a post office, and a pharmacy along with bakeries, cafes, tavernas, restaurants, general stores, mini markets, bars and gift shops.
There is a gas station in the nearby village of Agios Nikolaos.
By ferry or speed boat from the port of Pireaus near Athens. The journey takes between 4.5 and 7.5 hours depending on the type of vessel. For further information on the ferry itineraries please click here.
Via the island of Milos
There are regular flight connections between Milos and Athens on a daily basis; the flight takes around 40 minutes.
We can then arrange for a taxi to take you to the port of Pollonia in Milos and a local ferry or speedboat-taxi (known as “Delfini”, tel. +30 6972 272 111) to Psathi, the port of Kimolos. The trip lasts from 10 to 25 minutes according to the vessel chosen.
Milos is an important port and is therefore connected by numerous sea routes, including Cretan Lines ships, to other islands such as Folegandros and Santorini.
There is also an island-hopping boat service that interconnects several of the Cycladic islands with two or three stops at Kimolos per week.
For further information about the boat connections please click here