Milos is a delightful volcanic island of the Cyclades located within the Aegean Sea in Greece. Although famous for the discovery of the Venus de Milo statue, the island has plenty to offer in its picture-postcard painted white villages set around a central caldera. Dozens of exotic beaches in various shades line its shores, including the otherworldly Sarakiniko Beach with its greyish-white, wind-shaped rock features and stories of pirates. These sparkling waters are ideal for a myriad of watersports and reef explorations, while the large network of dirt roads encourage off-roading adventures. Apart from churches and museums, there are thermal springs and old sulfur mines for outdoor enthusiasts. The Christian catacombs of Trypiti, the colorful syrmata or fishing houses of Klima village, and the sea caves of Kleftiko offer unique excursions. Scheduled throughout summer, the annual Festival of Milos showcases the rich culture and traditions of this island. Nearby, the protected islet of Antimilos is home to rare flora and fauna, especially a species of wild goat!
En Milo is a stylish boutique hotel set in the pretty fishing village of Pollonia, on the northeastern coast of Milos island, Greece. This eye-catching white accommodation complex is surrounded by hills and overlooks the azure bay.
Milos Breeze Boutique Hotel is a stylish Mediterranean getaway perched on a secluded clifftop overlooking Pollonia, on Milos island in Greece. This summer haven showcases traditional Cycladic architecture along with ornamental gardens and interiors in contemporary Greek and minimalist modern style.
Santa Maria Village Resort & Spa is a boutique hideaway overlooking Adamas port town in central Milos island, Greece. Perched on a hill within an expansive estate, this white block-style complex is surrounded by lush gardens.