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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
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 1824.
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
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
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.

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    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 and Pyrgaki- you can see parts of the market-place walls, parts of a temple dated from the Hellenistic and Roman period, parts of the ancient theatre, as well as the exact spot where the statue of Aphrodite of Milos was discovered. Descend till the end of Trypiti road towards the Catacombs, park your car and walk on the path. Initially, you will see the ancient city walls and a bit further away in a area where the gymnasium was supposedly standing, you will find the spot where in 1820 a local farmer discovered the famous statue of the goddess Aphrodite. Keep walking on the earth-road and you will get to the ancient Roman theatre.
    Ancient town of Klima is a city with a long history and many attractions. You have to spend a lot of time, but will be worth it because leaving from there you will be enriched with many more knowledge!