Milos is located on the southwestern tip of the Cyclades Islands.
Known for the statue of “Venus de Milo” which is now in the Louvre Museum, for its volcanic terrain where the blue waters and red, yellow, white and black rocks of its coast create an impressive set of beauty landscape only.
Plaka, the capital of the island is a picturesque town built on a hill overlooking the Sea. In the archaeological museum visitors can admire the famous statuette of “Lady of Phylakopi” of incalculable archaeological value. Phylakopi was one of the most important cities of the prehistoric Aegean, most of the city is below sea level, visitors today can see the cyclopean walls of this city.
The port of Milos, Adamantas, is considered the safest natural port of the Aegean Sea, in Adamantas it is worth visiting the Mineral museum, the church Koimisis of Theotokos and the Catholic church of Saint Nicolas.