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How to get to Milos

Milos is one of the most famous destinations in the Cyclades and its port is Adamantas, on the north side of the island. Milos is connected frequently with Athens and the port of Piraeus all year long.

The itinerary Piraeus - Milos is operated by speed boats and normal ferries and the journey lasts 3 to 5 hours depending on the ferry you will choose.

Milos Beaches

With over 70 beaches, Milos is a small summer paradise. The volcanic rocks of Milos have granted the island with some of the most interesting beaches not only in the Cyclades but in the whole Aegean Sea. We recommend that you avoid visiting the famous beaches on the north part of Milos (and swim in them) during the days where there are north winds. For that period, you can select the beaches on the south part of the island.

A list with the best beaches in Milos:

What to do in Milos

Do not miss to make a boat trip to Kleftiko and Sikia. The entrance in the cave is small and cannot be accessed by sailing boat (except if small boat is available, or if you swim till that point). We also suggest that you visit Sarakiniko on a night with full moon, to enjoy the sunset at Marmara and ascend the Kastro.

Visit also Klima, a picturesque region in the south part of Milos. A small fishing village with small colorful houses, where in a field nearby, a farmer in 1820 excavated the statue of Aphrodite of Milos!

You will also find picturesque Pollonia very interesting. A small port in the north part of the island with taverns that kiss the waters and beautiful landscape.