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Milos is the fifth largest island in the Cyclades, at the south-western edge of the island group. Unique volcanic landscape, golden beaches and picturesque villages with an abundance of cultural sites make Milos a great place to visit.
Choose a four-star hotel right on the beach, a guest house in the picturesque capital of Plaka or find a remote villa for a real island retreat. You can find apartments all across the island some in truly secluded spots off the beaten track for ultimate tranquility.
Plaka, the capital town of Milos, is one of the prettiest towns in the Cyclades. Tiled alleyways wind around traditional white buildings and if you climb high enough you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Aegean from the church of Panagia Thalassitra.
Find the ruins of the Medieval Venetian Castle nearby or explore the Archeological Museum with its copy of the famous Venus of Milos statue, then continue on the popular hike to Plaka’s Catacombs .
If you enjoy history and culture, Plaka is a great place to book a hotel. It has a wide choice of two- and three-star aparthotels and beach apartments with furnished patios and impressive views.
Just over two miles from Plaka, Adamantas, the port of Milos Island, is one of largest natural harbours in Mediterranean and a good place to stay for trips around the coastline.
Budget accommodation in Adamantas port or beachfront hotels close to Papikinou beach puts you close to cultural attractions and churches and museums to explore.
Strange sculpted rocks formed from volcanic activity in Milos have created some of the most stunning landscapes in the Aegean. The unique geological formations around Kleftiko beach – once a shelter for pirates – are now popular for swimming.
Your hotel will help you arrange any of the boat trip to explore the Adamantas coast. Visit the beautiful sea cave of Sykia and the magical landscape of Sarakiniko, which is even more unforgettable by night when the rocks reflect in moonlight.
The picturesque fishing village of Pollonia is another good option for hotels in Milos. There are three- and four-star boutique hotels near Pollonia beach, as well as family-friendly guesthouses and beachfront villas to choose from. Nearby, visit the famous archeological site of Phylakopi, the most important port in the Aegean in ancient times.
To the south of Milos, you’ll find beachfront hotels in Paliochori and Provotas. Four-star aparthotels offer spacious rooms, balconies and children’s pools.
The island of Milos is one of the most stunning islands in the Cyclades, with great activities for families, beach lovers and those with a thirst for history and culture. You’ll find an excellent range of apartments, villas and hotels in Milos and staying in a guest house on nearby Kimolos is also an option for island hoppers.