Explore the rocky island of Milos
Milos is the most western island of the Cyclades. It’s part of an archipelago which includes the beautiful islands of Kimolos, Poliegos and Antimilos and not far from other well-known islands like Santorini and Sifnos. Due to its volcanic origin, Milos has a magnificent colorful landscape with a unique coastline lined with coves, cliffs, and rocks. Most famous are the Sarakiniko beach and the Kleftiko which is an impressive formation of rocks that spring up from the sea, forming natural caves and rare geological phenomena.
ifly’s Travel Tip:
The flight time from Athens is between 40 to 50 minutes. Milos has an Airport, but we can also land at various landing sites on the island.