Milos, one of the most beautiful islands of the Cycladic complex, is located at a distance of 86 nautical miles from Piraeus, in the northern Cycladic area.
Adamantas Milos, being the largest natural harbor in the Mediterranean, was founded in 1835 and is the center of the Cyclades for Cruise ships. The passenger jetty of the island has all the necessary specifications for the docking of small and large vessels.
The location of the island in the Cyclades allows its coastal connection with other popular tourist destinations.
In Milos there is the famous statue of Aphrodite, while the early Christian monument of the Catacombs is the second most important right after the Catacombs of Rome.
Tourist visits are organized in the ancient theater and in the ancient city of Fylakopi.
Several museums, such as archaeological and folklore, ecclesiastical, naval and mining, which are distinguished due to the specificity of their exhibits, also operate in Milos.
For cruise passengers, sea getaways are offered to Kleftiko, a pillar of the Pirates, a point of unique beauty.
At the same time, Milos is famous for some of the most beautiful beaches of Greece with white sand and turquoise waters. Traditional villages, volcanic scenery and traditional products are the reason for gastronomic experiences while the courtesy of the locals for every visitor.