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VILLAGES OF MILOS
The island's capital built on a 200m hill with a view over the Aegean. You will find rooms mostly and very few hotels. The roads are narrow and the village is very picturesque. It is approximately 4 km from Adamas.
The port of Milos island. A lovely natural port with many taverns and cafe. Most of the hotels and rooms are found in Adamas.
Adamas covers a wide area, starting from the port and expanding to the nearby hills. Although built by the port, it is still a quiet resort with no noise - like in most other cycladic islands - and provides easy access to most other resorts, due to its location.
The village is well known for its taverns. Some of the finest in the island are found in Tripiti. You will taste lazania with garlic sause (lots of it) and tomato paste, onion pies, local meat and fish and varois other dishes.
Tripiti is very close to Plaka (the capital of Milos). It has very narrow alleys in which a car can barely fit, but there is a spacious parking place (signs will lead you to it). It would be a good idea to walk through the village, especially at night.
Road Condition : Asphalt almost all the way, some cement alleys in the
A formerly fish village that has now undergone through touristic development. A famous seaside resort with a lovely sandy beach full of trees, seaside tavernas and many hotels and rooms.
An ideal environment for those who wish to have a quiet vacation. It is approximately 14 km from Plaka.
From Pollonia you may visit the Papafragas cave, either by car or by caique, and Glaronisia, by boat.
Road Condition :
Asphalt all the way
Access : By car or motorbike or local bus.
Eating : Many fish taverns by the sea.
Bar-cafe : There are cafes and few small bars.
Perhaps the most famous resort in Milos. An ideal place to stay, eat and of course swim. Paliochori will certainly amaze you with its exceptional natural beauty and the unique sea color. The beach is endless. You will find umbrellas to rent or a quiet spot to rest if you wish no one to bother you.
Road Condition: Asphalt up to Zephiria, sandy road after that, easily accessible by car or motorbike.