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Apollon Rooms

Pollonia or Apollonia

Phone 1: +30 2287041347

Phone 2: +30 2287021197

Fax: +30 2287041240

Nefeli Sunset Studios

Pollonia or Apollonia

Phone 1: +30 2287041466

Phone 2: +30 6985075735

Fax: +30 2287041142

Ostria Vento Rooms

Pollonia or Apollonia

Phone 1: +30 2287041475

Phone 2: +30 2102613095

Fax: +30 6976957287

Bella Vista rooms


Phone 1: 2287021058

Phone 2: 6936942723


Alexandros Village


Phone 1: +30 2287022600

Phone 2: +30 6972248790

Fax: +30 2287023600


Traditional Villages
Traditional VillagesKlima, Mantrakia, Fyropotamos, Areti, Aghios Konstantinos, Fourkovouni and Empoureio are the main traditional settlements of Milos and they are small fishing harbors. They are built on small creeks, dug on soft stone or on the natural concavities of the rocks and they are of a rare island architecture.A visit to these settlements will certainly make a good impression on you as their
Milos Beaches
BeachesMilos is famous its dentelated coastline. With more than 75 small and big beaches of crystal, deep blue waters, multi-colored carved rocks and white-yellow coasts, it is certain that you will be impressed.Due to the volcanic origin of its ground, Milos presents an impressive coastal morphology and diversity. There are white-yellow beaches, bays with pebbles surrounded by stones, and white, red,
Archaeological Museum of Milos
The Archaeological Museum of Milos is situated in Plaka and it is housed in a beautiful, neoclassic building by Ernst Ziller.At the museum the following wonderful collections are exhibited:A prehistoric collection from FylakopiA collection of sculptures and bas-reliefsAn obsidian collectionA collection of inscriptionsA true copy of Aphrodite de Milorises in the Museum Entrance (Room A), which was made
Church Museum of Milos
Very close to Adamantas port, the church of The Holy Trinity is located, where the Church Museum is housed.Initially it was made so as to serve as a monastery dedicated to the Virgin Mary of Theofani, but in 1839 it was purchased by Cretan refugees and they turned it into their village’s church.Ever since 2000 the Church Museum of Milos has been housed in the church of The Holy Trinity, a museum
Folk Museum of Milos
The Folklore & History Museum of Milos is located behind the church of Panaghia Korfiatissa in Plaka. The museum was established in 1967 by the “Union of the Melians in Athens” and there you can learn a lot of things about  the life of the Melians after the 17th century.The Folklore museum is not an exact representation of a certain type of a Melian household, but starting from the heterogeneous
Naval Museum of Milos
The Naval Museum opened up in September 2008 and it is housed over Adamantas harbor, in the building of the island’s old Community.It was realized by the efforts of the doctor Petros Armenis in order to gather plenty of exhibits relating to the naval activity in Milos. The exhibits go back to the prehistoric age, with tools made of obsidian, then we move historically to the battle of Salamis and
Mineral Museum of Milo
The Mineral Museum of Milos, an urban non-profitable company, was made by S&B Industrial Minerals S.A. in 1998 with the aim to honor and promote the mineral history as well as the geologic and natural heritage of Milos.Τηλ. Επικοιν.: 22870At the ground-floor room the social, financial and technologic dimension of Milos’s mineral history and tradition  is presented. The exhibition on
Ancient town of Klima of Milo
In the settlement of Klima you will find the ruins of the old city of Klima which used to be the island’s first port. After the decline and the destruction of Fylakopi, the Dorians built the second biggest city in the island (1100BC-800BC) extending from the south part of Trypiti to the region of the present Klima town.Today, you can visit the settlement’s two acropolis: the hill of Prophitis Ilias
Ancient Roman Theatre of Milos
The ancient Roman Theatre was originally constructed by the inhabitants of the ancient city of Klima, possibly during the Hellenistic Age (3rd century BC).However, after the destruction of the city by the Athenians in Roman times, above the preserved foundations of the classic theater, a bigger one was built made of snow-white Parian marble and remarkable bas-reliefs, which it is estimated that it
Early Christian Catacombs of Milo
The catacombs are situated near Trypiti village, in caves of 150meters above the surface of the sea.In 2009, the Holy Synod proclaimed Milos a sacred island, because the Catacombs constitute the most ancient monument of Christianity. It was the first gathering place of the first Christians and they were used as a municipal cemetery for the first time in the end of the 2ndcentury BC. The Catacombs
Sulphur Mines of Milo
In the east side of Milos lies Paliorema, a bay with crystal clear waters and yellowish pebbles, colored by the sulphur. There the sulphur mine of Victor Melas used to be in operation, the oldest business for the mining of sulphur all over Greece .In Paliorema or Theioryheia you can combine your swim with a visit to one of the geologic sites of the island’s mining history. You can rest on the
Sarakiniko of Milo
Sarakiniko, named after the Saracen pirates overlooks  Sifnos and Kimolos and it is recommended you visit it when the wind is not north. It is worth noting that you should also visit Sarakinino at night, especially when the moon is full, as the snow-white rocks of soft material reflect the light even the moonlight vividly, thus, creating an unforgettable landscape.
Kleftiko of Milo
Kleftiko used to be an old hide-out for pirates from where the pirates’ ships used to pass and anchor so as to get protected in its small creeks and imposing rocks.The complex of these volcanic original rocks is a magical landscape worthy of admiration, and also a part to enjoy the sensation of the transparent blue-green waters and the sun.Today, these unique geologic formations created by the wind
Churches in Adamanda of Milo
This church is located behind Adamantas port, on the village’s highest point. It was built by Cretan refugees in 1870 and it was named after the church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary of Portaitissa was the old cathedral of the island and the church next to it, Saint Haralampos. These two churches were situated in the island’s old capital, Zefyria, from where the woodcut icon screen and the
Church in Plaka of Milo
Birth of the Virgin Mary of Panaghia KorfiatissaIn the west side of Plaka, on craggy rocks, in 1810 the church of Panaghia Korfiatissa was built. The location is known as “Halara”, and the space in front of the church is known  as “Marmara”, due to the fact that the churchyard is paved with marble tombstones from the old city.Visiting the church dedicated to the Birth of the Virgin Mary or
Church in Plakes of Milo
Saint HaralamposOn the foot of Plaka, in the village called Plaka, stands the fourth biggest church of the island, the church of Saint Haralampos. It was built in 1853 thanks to the efforts and the donations of the few villagers.In the church you can see modern frescosSaint GeorgeSaint George’s church is the central church of the village of Pera Triovasalos. If you visit it, it is worth observing
Churches in Klima of Milo
Prophitis IliasThe chapel of Prophitis Ilias stands on the hilltop of Klima. It is built on the ruins of an ancient temple, there are still remnants of columns and of different marble parts. From there the view is excellent and picturesque. In the icon screen of the church, you can see many interesting icons.Panaghia FaneromeniDescending the road from Trypiti to the Catacombs, on your right hand you
The Castle of Milo
The Castle was built in the 13th century on the hill of Prophitis Ilias, on the northwest edge of the island, today’s named Plaka. Nowadays it is not inhabited, but  its visitors can  admire a view of incomparable beauty of the entire island bay and of the magic sunset that is worth enjoying when you decide to climb all the way to the top.Also, ascending to the Castle, you will have the chance
Сhurches in Xalaka of Milo
Aghia Marina (Saint Marina)On the way to Halakas of Milo, just before you get to the beach of Fatourena, you will reach the monastery of Saint Marina. This monastery was in operation from around 1650 to 1830 and it is one of the 13 monasteries the French traveler Tournieyef visited while it was still in operation and which he mentions with admiration in his travel accounts.Saint John the Theologian


This modern seaside village is situated inside the bay of the island, which is one of the biggest and safest natural bays of the Mediterranean sea, and it constitutes the largest tourist center of Milos.Adamantas is its main port and the first view to look upon when approached by ship.Built on the north side of the bay, Adamantas or ‘’Alamanto” as it used to be called, has been inhabited since
Pollonia or Apollonia
Pollonia or Apollonia is a picturesque fish village of 300 inhabitants, built around a pretty creek on the northeast edge of the island.Pollonia is the island's second port after the port of Adamantas. Possibly, it was named after the temple of Apollo that existed on the Lighthouse of Pelekouda (on the left side of the settlement).The distance from Athamantas is 10 kilometres, and from Plaka 14 kiliometres.
Plaka of Milos Island
Nowadays, Plaka is the island's capital and it is also one of the most intact capitals of Cyclades.Its name comes from the level ground upon which the houses of its first inhabitants were built, when the Castle (Kastro) could no longer house the entire population.Built on a hillock of 220m above sea level, with the use of island colors and according to the Cycladic architecture, with picturesque tiled
Triovasalos - Plakes
Triovasalos and Pera TriovasalosSetting out from the port and before we reach Plaka, the first villages we find are Triovasalos and Pera Triovasalos.These two almost continuing villages have been created on two neighboring hills, they are densely populated and amphitheatrically built, whereas they have a considerable commercial activity. In Triovasalos, ''Karavodromos'' constitutes the island's focal
Trypiti is a traditional, well-preserved settlement, almost united with Plaka, built amphitheatrically on the ruins of the classic city of Klima.Its name originates from its soft volcanic stones that looked as if they were drilled just like many holes that are carved on the rock upon which it is built.The Church of Saint Nikolaos dominates in the center of the village, whereas in this village unique,
Zefyria is located in the center of East Milos within a distance of 5,5 km from Adamantas and 9km from Plaka.It was created by the Venetians in the 13thcentury, it prospered and became the capital of the island due to the existence of pirates and it was deserted in 1767 as it was destroyed by earthquakes and by epidemic caused by the gasses from the cracks which forced its inhabitants to emigrate.Today