What to do & see

Adamas is the port of Milos and the first impression you will get reaching at Milos.
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Milos island also has a second port, Pollonia or Apollonia, which lies on the northeast side of the island,... Read more
Zefyria is the first capital of Milos island and was built by the Venetians. Because of a large earthquake... Read more
The village of Tripiti (Holes) is the natural continuation of Plaka, but to the south. It took its name because... Read more
Leaving from Adamas, the main port of Milos and heading towards Plaka, we meet two beautiful villages almost joined to each other.
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The capital of Milos is Plaka, which is built over the village of Adamas, at an altitude of about 200 m.It is a picturesque capital...

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Diving center in Adamas
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Klima is a traditional settlement under the village of Plaka where you can see the «sirmata».
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The Theater of Milos is one of the most important archaeological findings of the island of Milos.



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Restaurant in Pollonia.
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Cafe-Bar in Adamas.
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Everything about wedding organization.
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Everything about wedding organization.
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Green Milos Tours is a local company, with many years of experience in the field of tourism... Read more
Mandrakia is another seaside settlement of Milos, with several well preserved «wires»,... Read more
Around 1.100 BC and since the city of Phylakopi had begun to decline, the Dorians built the Ancient City of Klima near the area...

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Restaurant in Pollonia.
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Cafe in Adamantas.
Τel.: (+30) 22870 23151

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Excellent Yachting in Milos.
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Wedding-christening.
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Wedding-christening.
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Milos travel - Pirounakis... Read more
The Archaeological Museum of Milos is located in Plaka and definitely worth a visit!
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Fyropotamos is a very picturesque village and simultaneously a very beautiful beach. To the right stands the church of Agios... Read more
Tavern in Pollonia.
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Sea excursions in Milos.
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The Folklore Museum of Milos is housed in a mansion of the 19th century and is located in Plaka... Read more

The Empoureios is a small picturesque village opposite of Adamas, on the west side of the gulf of Milos.

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Restaurant in Polonia.
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Next to the main road towards Pollonia and just before you get there you will find one of the most important archaeological sites... Read more

Agios Konstantinos is a small picturesque port just before Pollonia. Its name is taken from the church of the village.

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Restaurant in Adamas.
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Restaurant in Pollonia
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Restaurant in Pollonia
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The island of Milos often reminds visitors of its mining history. It does so by the sulphur mines located on the east side of the island.
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The Venetian Castle of Milos was built in the 13th century, on the hilltop which now is the Plaka, the capital of the island.
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The Catacombs of Milos are the first major Community cemetery of the early Christian times.
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In the southwest tip of Milos we come across the Kleftiko. Kleftiko is not a beach in its classical definition we all know.... Read more
The beach of Gerontas is another beach in Milos located in the southern part of the island. It is accessible by ca... Read more
Provatas is quite a large beach with goldenreddish sand and shallow waters, suitable for young children.. Read more
The beach of Firiplaka is a fairly large beach, cut in half by a large rock (plate) which has been detached from the mountain.. Read more
Tsigrado is a beach with fine white sand located on the south side of Milos between the beaches of Firiplaka and Gerakas.. Read more
The beach of Agia Kyriaki is one of the most popular beaches of Milos island. It is located 8 km away from Adamas... Read more
Paliochori is one of the beaches you should definitely visit for a swim. You will get there by following the paved road after Zephyria... Read more
Fyropotamos is a small village with a beautiful beach in north of Milos. The sandy beach is surrounded by trees...
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Shortly before arriving in Sarakiniko make a stop in the seaside village Mandrakia, in order to enjoy a short... Read more
Sarakiniko is a uniquely beautiful place to enjoy the sea and your swim. The landscape resembles to a lunar since... Read more
Leaving Sarakiniko and going towards Pollonia and to your left you will meet the traditional village of Mytaka.. Read more
The beach of Alogomandra consists of two smaller sandy beaches, separated by rocks in the shape of stockyard (Greek: mandra), from which it got its name.
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Papafragas little before, we meet Pachaina, a double beach overlooking Glaronisia. The beach is not organized,... Read more
The Papafragas is a must visit beach of Milos island. In fact it is a sea cave, which was used in the past as a pirate base.
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The bay of Pollonia lies on the north side of Milos and protects the beach from the wind, which is sandy... Read more
The beach of Lagada lies right next to Adamas and in fact is the natural extension of the harbor.
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The beach of Papikinou is a huge beach stretching the left of Adamas and along the coastal road which connects southeast island of Milos.
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Endless sand beach with a great view towards Adamas and Plaka. The Achivadolimni or Chivadolimni (Clamlake) is located at the southernmost point... Read more
Like almost all beaches in the west side of Milos, Agathia is very difficult to access by land because of a bad road... Read more
Just like the Triads, the beach of Ag. Ioannis consists of three (3) beaches. Two of them are easily accessible... Read more
On the west and to the south of Milos island you will find the cave of Sykia (Fig Tree). Access is only possible from the sea.

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The Triads are three beaches next to each other with common characteristics of fine sand and crystal waters.

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Its better to visit the beach of the Milos sulphur mines with a boat. Otherwise, if you decide to go by car, you shoul...
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The beach of Ammoudaraki is destined for your desktop wallpaper, featuring beautiful golden sand, clear turquoise waters along with white rocks; all this together form a unique landscape.

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