It was used as a base for pirates and is well known as the island of love where the famous statue, Aphrodite of Milos was found. Volcanic landscape, plenty of beaches for any taste, beautiful sunsets, ancient sites and amazing views to the Aegean. With more than 70 magnificent beaches to choose, Milos is the ultimate destination for beach lovers. White or colorful, volcanic or exotic, rocky or sandy, Milos beaches with emerald crystal clear waters will excite all your senses.
Visit Sarakiniko, the white beach of Milos with the moon landscape and Kleftiko, the most well-known beach of Milos with the amazing rocky formation emerging from the sea. Explore Papafragas caves in the homonymous beach and dive into healing waters of Loutra Alikis where thermal springs are poured into the sea. A best way to visit every beach in the island is to take a boat tour around of Milos and take the most amazing photos.
Adamas, the port of Milos is full of life. However, you’ll find many picturesque little villages to visit as Klima with the two-storeyed houses with colorful doors and
Firopotamos, a traditional fishing village as well as Mantrakia and Pollonia, the second port of Milos. Plaka the island’s capital offers amazing views to the Aegean sea and an idyllic sunset from the Venetian castle on top of the hill.
Don’t forget to visit the ancient city of Fylakopi, the Catacombs of Tripity Village, the Venus of Milos Site and the Ancient Theatre.
Explore Milos and have an unforgettable experience.