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Milos: What to do when you get there?

Discover one of the hidden gems in the Cyclades, Greece: Milos. An island of unparalleled beauty, with emerald green waters and picturesque fishing villages. Thanks to its volcanic origins, Milos offers unique white rock formations and beaches painted in orange, red and pink.

It was also the place where the famous Venus of Milo, now situated in the Louvre, was found. If you happen to visit Milos, don’t forget to pass by Kleftiko, Sarakiniko, Katergo, and Papafragas, where pirates used to hide in the Middle Ages.

How to get there
You can go by plane, from the airport of Athens directly to the airport of Milos, or by ferry, from the port of Piraeus to Milos.

When to visit
It is preferable to visit Milos during the summer, as it is the perfect spot for swimming, snorkeling and relaxing. The season starts in May and finishes in late September, early October. It is busiest during July-August, but not nearly as much as other islands in the Cyclades. From May to June and from September to October the island has fewer guests.

What to do
If you are one of the lucky ones to visit Milos, then you should go on a sailing tour, a semi-private or a private one, to explore several beaches and spots that are otherwise inaccessible. We propose a sailing experience with professional and friendly skippers who have a passion for the sea. They will share the island's myths and history with you, while you enjoy the unreal landscape. 

Long story short
As they say, beauty lies in the eye of the beholder, but in Milos beauty lies everywhere, and you will gracefully embrace it.

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Milos: What to do when you get there?

Discover one of the hidden gems in the Cyclades, Greece: Milos. An island of unparalleled beauty, with emerald green waters and picturesque fishing villages. Thanks to its volcanic origins, Milos offers unique white rock formations and beaches painted in orange, red and pink.

It was also the place where the famous Venus of Milo, now situated in the Louvre, was found. If you happen to visit Milos, don’t forget to pass by Kleftiko, Sarakiniko, Katergo, and Papafragas, where pirates used to hide in the Middle Ages.

How to get there
You can go by plane, from the airport of Athens directly to the airport of Milos, or by ferry, from the port of Piraeus to Milos.

When to visit
It is preferable to visit Milos during the summer, as it is the perfect spot for swimming, snorkeling and relaxing. The season starts in May and finishes in late September, early October. It is busiest during July-August, but not nearly as much as other islands in the Cyclades. From May to June and from September to October the island has fewer guests.

What to do
If you are one of the lucky ones to visit Milos, then you should go on a sailing tour, a semi-private or a private one, to explore several beaches and spots that are otherwise inaccessible. We propose a sailing experience with professional and friendly skippers who have a passion for the sea. They will share the island's myths and history with you, while you enjoy the unreal landscape. 

Long story short
As they say, beauty lies in the eye of the beholder, but in Milos beauty lies everywhere, and you will gracefully embrace it.

See more

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