Milos is an island with world fame and remarkable natural beauties. Ideal destination for any type of tourism, the island of Colors deserves to be one of the most beautiful and charming islands in Greece. It is located in the south-western side of Cyclades and is well known as the island where the statue of Venus was discovered. Milos is the fifth largest island of Cyclades and its extent reaches the 151 square kilometres. The length of coasts is 125 kilometres and it has to offer more than 70 beaches with deep-blue clear sea waters!!
During your stay in Milos you can visit the Archaeological museum as well as the History and Folk museum in Plaka. You can also visit the Mining museum in Adamas. You should definitely drop by the Catacombs and the ancient theatre at Tripiti. A walk at the traditional village of Plaka along its narrow back streets is something you shouldn't miss either.
Yet, the most impressive sights Milos island has to offer is its countless beaches which will surely satisfy your expectations. Apart from the beautiful organised beaches of Ag. Kiriaki, Paliochori, Firiplaka, Achivadolimni, Sarakiniko, Firopotamos, those of you who are more adventurous types will be at least excited when swimming in the crystal clear sea of Agathia or just lying on the golden beach of Amoutharaki while enjoying the sunset of Triades. Difficult road access to those beaches may be discouraging so an all road vehicle is rather recommended.
One of the best ways to get to know with the island is by travelling on a sailing boat which is giving you the unique opportunity to explore places and virgin areas that are really difficult to approach by land. That way, you will have the chance to swim in the famous Kleftiko, to take a photo of the impressive Glaronisia or admire the cave of Vani close-at-hand. In any case, allow yourself to experience a little piece of paradise! Just sit back and enjoy the ride!