Milos, The island of magical contrasts, multitude natural beauties and unique sights.
Experience Milos, a beautiful destination blessed with natural wonders and unique attractions. Explore Plaka, the island's charming capital, nestled 200 meters above the main port of Adamantas. Wander through its narrow cobbled streets, leading you to traditional taverns, squares, and shops. Don't miss the Venetian castle and the Archaeological and Folklore Museums, home to the original copy of the famed Aphrodite of Milos statue.
Visit Adamantas, a village radiating Cycladic beauty. Discover its lively atmosphere, boasting cafes, bars, restaurants, supermarkets, and shops. Venture further to picturesque villages like Apollonia, Triovasaloi, and Klima, each with its own unique charm.
Uncover Milos' rich history by visiting the ancient catacombs near Tripiti and the intriguing Sulfur Mines in Paliorema. The island's 75 pristine beaches offer endless exploration, with Sarakiniko standing out for its lunar landscape and crystal-clear waters. Indulge in a boat or sailing tour to discover hidden gems like Kleftiko and the legendary Sykia cave.
Unleash your wanderlust on Milos, a destination where natural beauty, cultural heritage, and exhilarating experiences converge.
Enjoy the excellent local cuisine in Milos
The cuisine of Milos is special and don’t hesitate to try local traditional dishes and sweets such as: xynomyzythra, meat pies, the sweet watermelon pie, the famous pumpkin cheese pie and also the sweet ‘koufeto’ with almonds and pumpkin, several meats and, of course, fresh fishes.
Best time to visit Milos
An extremely summer destination that you can visit from May to October.
How to use transportation in Milos
Airport/port transfer options
To reach Milos, you can travel either by ferry from the port of Piraeus with several itineraries in the summer and the surrounding islands, or by plane from Athens airport (duration 35 minutes).
The island is big enough and to move inside Milos, it is good to have your own car, but even if you don’t, there are local bus routes from the port and Plaka to the villages and beaches. There is also the option of taxi, or rent a car on the island.