Milos is an island in the Cyclades
Milos Mining Museum, Adamas-Neochori part, Relatively new museum, all about the miners and geology of Milos island.
Sunset at Plaka, Plaka, Almost anywhere in the village of Plaka, you can find a beautiful sunset, often compared to the beautiful sunsets of Santorini island. Plaka is a very picturesque village so don't miss out on it!
Tripiti village, Tripiti, Very picturesque. There is an ancient theatre, catacombs, and windmills in Tripiti. Tripiti is also the site of the discovery of Venus de Milo, probably the most famous statue of a Greek god or goddess.
Sarakiniko beach, Rocky, volcanic beach. Feels like you are on the moon when you are at Sarakiniko. Very picturesque.
Klima village, Klima, take the steps down the hill from Plaka to the water., A very colorful seaside village, with similarities to Venice, Italy.
Sikia cave, get there by boat.
Go windsurfing, at some of the beaches
Horseback riding, on a beach
Go on a boat trip, Adamas and/or Pollonia ports, See the places in Milos that aren't accessible by car.
In Adamas, Tripiti and Pollonia there are many restaurants with: sea food, fresh fish, Greek cuisine and special local foods (pitarakia, karpouzopita)
Flisvos, Adamas, traditional Greek tavern, located across the street from the port of Adamas. The food at Flisvos is very affordable and delicious.
Giakos , Adamas, Giakos is a famous restaurant in Milos. It is one of the few restaurants in Milos that is open year round. It is famous for its gyros and is often referred to as a fast food restaurant, due to its quick service.
In Milos, there are many hotels, rooms, and apartments. In Tripiti, there are windmills, in which you can sleep in.
Chronis Hotel and Bungalows, Adamas 84801, Milos Island, Cyclades, Greece prices US$40-80, tel.: 2287022226, 2287021900, 2287023123 fax: 2287022900 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org is situated in an orchard with banana, lemon, bouganvillea and pistachio trees near the town beach; standard are shower-wc, air-condition, tv, mini-bar, direct dial call (ISDN), hair dryer and a balcony or terrace with garden view, breakfast room, lounge, bar, snack-bar, safe box, fax, e-mail, laundry, ironing and parking. Exceptional breakfast spread.
In Milos, obviously there are Greek speakers. There are also many English, French, and Italian speakers. If you're lucky, you may even find a few Spanish or German speakers. In the official 2008 Milos tourist guide, there were versions in Greek, English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.
From Athens, there are 2 flights every day, year round that go to Milos, all with Olympic Airways.
There are also ferries from places like Pireaus, Sifnos, Serifos, etc.
From Pireaus: Monday-14:55 departure, 20:55 arrival. Stops at Kythnos, Serifos and Sifnos before Milos(Agios Georgios boat) Tuesday-17:00 departure, 2:20 arrival. Stops at Kythnos, Serifos, Sifnos and Kimolos before Milos(Romilda boat) Wednesday-14:55 departure, 22:05 arrival. Stops at Kythnos, Serifos and Sifnos before Milos(Agios Georgios boat) Thursday-17:00 departure, 23:00 arrival. No stops before Milos(Milena boat) 17:00 departure, 2:20 arrival. Stops at Kythnos, Serifos, Sifnos and Kimolos before Milos(Romilda boat) Friday-14:55 departure, 22:10 arrival. Stops at Kythnos, Serifos and Sifnos before Milos(Agios Georgios boat) 17:00 departure, 23:00 arrival. No stops before Milos(Milena boat) Saturday-7:25 departure, 14:30 arrival. Stops at Kythnos, Serifos and Sifnos before Milos(Agios Georgios boat) Sunday-18:00 departure, 0:00 arrival. No stops before Milos(Milena boat)
From Syros: Tuesday-7:00 departure, 12:20 arrival. Stops at Paros, Serifos, Sifnos and Kimolos before Milos(Aiolos Kenteris 1 boat) Wednesday-7:00 departure, 11:05 arrival. Stops at Serifos, Sifnos and Kimolos before Milos(Aiolos Kenteris 1 boat) Friday-14:35 departure, 22:00 arrival. Stops at Paros, Naxos, Ios, Sikinios, Folegandros and Kimolos before Milos(Aiolos Kenteris 1 boat) Sunday-7:00 departure, 12:20 arrival. Stops at Paros, Serifos, Sifnos and Kimolos before Milos(Aiolos Kenteris 1 boat)
FromHeraklion: Wednesday-18:30 departure, 4:40 arrival. Stops at Santorini before Milos(Milena boat) Saturday-11:10 departure, 21:20 arrival. No stops before Milos(Milena boat)
-Bus Schedule: From Tripiti to Adamas w/stops at Plaka and Trivasolos-6:30, 7:50, 9:50, 10:50, 11:50, 13:40, 15:50, 17:50, 19:50 From Adamas to Tripiti w/stops at Trivasolos and Plaka-7:30, 8:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 15:00, 16:30, 18:30, 20:30 From Adamas to Pollonia w/stops at Pachania and Filakopi-6:45, 14:00 From Pollonia to Adamas w/stops at Filakopi and Pachania-7:10, 14:30 From Adamas to Zefyria-6:45, 14:00 From Zefyria to Adamas-7:10, 14:10
Sarakiniko-Rocky, moon-like surface;probably most visited of the Milos beaches.
Papafragas-Thin waters;unusual landscape.
Firopotamos-Occasionally wavy;Rocky surface similar to Sarakiniko on one side of it.
Papakinou-In Adamas(main port);Clear, shallow waters;Organized beach.
Lagada-Also in Adamas. Cold, clear waters;Beach is good for resting, as there are many shady trees;Minor activities take place there.
Hivadolimni-Turquoise, shallow waters;many aquatic activities are offered there.
Paleochori-Party beach surrounded by colorful volcanic rocks.
Tsigrado-Sandy beach with caves and shallow, colorful waters.
Kleftiko-Snorkelers destination;colorful, crystal clear waters.
Sikia-In a cave;volcanic atmosphere.
.Provatas-Unspoiled beach with waters similar to Hivadolimni.
Ayia Kyriaki-Unspoiled beach with clear waters.
Psaravolada-Has many similarities with Ayia Kyriaki, especially since they are right next to each other.
Pollonia-Located in the town of Pollonia;similar to Lagada and Papakinou beaches.
Mitakas-Unspoiled and quiet;crystal clear waters.
Fatourena-Quiet, undiscovered beach.
Rivari-Famous beach with breathtaking golden sand.
Ayios Ioannis-Shallow and unspoiled beach on the West coast of Milos.
Gerakas-Small but shallow beach near Ayia Kyriaki.
Agathia-Isolated but colorful beach on the Northwest side of the island.
Milos is a very safe island for tourists. There is a very very slim chance of crime, as crime in the Cyclades and in Greece overall is probably the safest tourist destination in Europe.
There are many ferries, including hydrofoils as well as flights to Athens that depart from Milos.
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