For those who wish to have an overall picture of the island, the round of Milos is the right option. Together we will circumnavigate Milos and we will visit the uninhabited island of Polyaigos which is located Northeast of Milos. The places where we stop for swimming are accessible only by sea.
Starting from Adamas, we pass through the colorful fishing villages of Skinopi, Klima, Areti and Fourkovouni to admire them up close. Νext we will observe Arkoudes, rocks carved by the waves that take the form of a bear and various other animals, to guess with which other animals they look like! Then we head to the North side of the island to admire the villages and the famous lunar landscape of Sarakiniko. Thereafter we will approach the volcanic islands of Glaronissia where they are made of lava and have the shape of hexagonal columns.
Our first stop for swimming will be the Blue Waters of Polyaigos island. After enjoying this natural pool and taking many underwater photos, we will head to the eastern part of Milos to admire and learn the history of the Sulfur Mines at Thiorichia. Afterwards we will see the southern beaches of Paleochori and Agia Kyriaki, and we will stop at our favorite beach of Gerakas, where we will swim in its emerald waters and laugh a lot while going down the natural sand slides. Leaving Gerakas, we will continue sailing the South part of Milos passing by Tsigrado beach, the large coast of Fyriplaka and the rocky arch of Gerontas until we will reach the famous Kleftiko, the hideout of pirates. At Kleftiko we will swim in its wonderful caves, we will take many photos and we will have our lunch gazing the unique landscape. Next stop is the Cave of Sykia, whose roof has collapsed. We will have one last swim there and then we wiil enjoy the wild beauty of Western Milos, while sunbathing. Reaching the top of the West side, we meet the old manganese mines at Cape Vani. Finally, we return to the port of Adamas with wonderful pictures, a satisfying tan, and many photos to remember your beautiful moments.
We make the round of Milos and visit also Polyaigos with 4 stops for swimming in places accessible only by sea:
For those of you who wish to discover the inaccessible West side of Milos, you will be fully rewarded by the trip from Adamas to Kleftiko and back. The western part of our island is unexploited as its bigger part belongs program NATURA 2000. Together we will explore the unique beauty of nature, will swim in magical caves, and will learn the history of these magical places.
Starting from Adamas we pass through the colorful fishing villages of Skinopi, Klima, Areti and Fourkovouni to admire them up close. It is the turn of Arkoudes, rocks carved by the waves that take the form of a bear and various other animals, to guess with which other animals they look like! Then we head to the West of the island where we first meet the old manganese mine at Cape Vani.
We make our first swim in Kalogries, a quiet cove with a small beach and emerald waters. Leaving Kalogries and passing very close to the mainland, we reach the Cave of Sykia whose roof has collapsed. With our dinghy we will enter the cave to swim and admire its uniqueness! Next stop is the enchanting Kleftiko, the old hideout of pirates. There we will swim and take many underwater photos, will explore the caves with our dinghy and will have our lunch while gazing the wonderful landscape of Kleftiko. Before we return to the port of Adamas, we will take one last swim in the church of Agios Dimitrios to end this trip with the most pleasant mood!
For those of you who want to enjoy an excursion alone or with the company of your choice, together we can make this wish come true by creating a trip of few hours, to visit the most special places of Milos, or for many days to explore many more islands of the Cyclades complex. We will make this experience unforgettable so that you can take the most beautiful memories of your trip in your suitcases.
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