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The island of dreamy beaches

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Have you not yet visited Kleftiko, the cave of Sykia, Cape Vani or even the island of Poliegos? Do you want to swim in the crystal clear waters of the bay of Gerakas and the beach of Gerontas? You are in the right place!

World-renowned for the marble statue of the goddess Aphrodite

But "lost" in the Louvre museum and its numerous, dreamlike beaches, Milos in the SW part of the Cyclades, is endowed, thanks to the volcanic activity, with a multitude of natural beauties and unique attractions, while huge possibilities for all kinds of activities are offered even to the most demanding visitor. The volcanic soils of the island are responsible for the strange shapes of its rocks, their wonderful colors and the enchanting shores with white sand beaches and sculpted rocks. A small diving paradise with underwater caves is hidden in the Milos-Kimolos-Polyaigos triangle, an ideal spot for diving lovers.

The intense volcanic past is still reflected in the majestic caves (of Papafraga, Sykia) and geological formations, such as Kleftiko also known as "Sea Meteora", and in the abundance of hot springs, which Hippocrates also mentions (of Kanava, Aliki, Provatas and Picropigi). Also, in Milos you have the opportunity to visit archeological sites of international scope such as the early Christian catacombs and the prehistoric settlement of Phylakopi, and excellent museums with the one of Metallemy standing out for its exemplary display of 11,000 years of mining history.

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The island of Milos is a place where you can enjoy beautiful beaches, known and isolated. By renting the right boat from Poseidon Milos Boat Rental, you can enjoy daily excursions to the island. By renting a boat you will discover in Milos every idyllic part of our island.

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