Milos is largely an undiscovered island, in the Western Cyclades Island chain, with perhaps the most interesting coastline of any other island this size in the world. A volcanic island, Milos is known as the island of colours, mainly because of its spectacular, colourful rock formations.
It is an island that is not only rich in spectacular sunset views and minerals but also in the things that travelers come to Greece looking for… such as beautiful beaches, inspiring views, a rich history, white-washed Cycladic villages, excellent food and good-hearted people.
Milos has also become famous for the astonishing lunar landscape in Sarakiniko and the picturesque architecture of villages, like Klima, Plaka and Pollonia. Do not miss a boat trip to Kleftiko, also known as the Sea Meteora, an amazing region on the southern side with exotic water.
Cruise around and you will reach waters of blue, azure, emerald, green, red and violet colours contrasting with white or pink, or red rocks. At some places along the East- coast of the island all these colors can be found in one spot.