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Half Day Boat Tour to Kleftiko from Milos

Half Day Boat Tour to Kleftiko from Milos

4 Hours
Private, Small Group
NOT included
International flights are NOT included
Four-hour boat tour to Kleftiko from Milos with a traditional wooden boat. Our boat tour to Kleftiko Milos starts from the beach of Agia Kiriaki which is located in the southern part of the island. On our trip, we sail in front of Gerakan, Tsigrado, Firiplaka, Katergo and we stop for a swim at Kleftiko and Gerontas bay. You can enjoy the trip under shade or sunbathe on the upper deck of the boat.
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13 Day Trip to Athens, Milos, Folegandros & Santorini

13 Days
Private
NOT included
International flights are NOT included

Do you and your significant other wish to take a trip to Greece and discover the country’s many faces? Then, join us on this 13-day trip that combines history, culture, delicious food, out of this world landscapes, and dreamy sunsets! Through this trip, you’ll get the chance to visit Athens and its most important sites; Milos, an extraordinary and multi-faceted island; Folegandros, an island that still manages to keep its pristine beauty and the star of the Cyclades, Santorini! And the cherry on the cake? You’ll get to discover how a romantic evening watching the sunset surprisingly varies from place to place, so let us know where you enjoyed it the most!

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Things To Do in Milos

Kleftiko Beach
The charming beach of Kleftiko, located on the southwest of the island, is more a bay than an island housing large rocks, caves, and cliffs. The name “Kleftiko” refers to the times of pirates who used stones and caves to hide. It derives from the Greek word “steal.” Due to its far distance from towns and other places, the Kleftiko beach is a private and isolated area to enjoy. You’ll find breathtaking views and crystal azure water making it worth visiting the island.

 

Milos Mining Museum
Visit Milos’ mining museum presenting the life in ancient ages if interested in minerals. It’s the home to various items such as minerals, multiple tools, and clothes used by the miners. A video playing in place will explain the role of old residents, both men, and women, in mining operations, giving you precious details on the mining workers’ lifestyles.

 

Sarakiniko Beach
As one of Milos’s most stunning beaches, Sarakiniko beach is the best spot in Milos to spend your time and escape from urban life tensions. Located on the north of Milos, Sarakiniko beach is known for its white rocky sceneries. You are recommended not to swim on the beach since the north winds making the sea rough and dangerous. Don’t miss out on taking your cameras in the late evening to snap some stunning shots of the moon-like landscapes.

 

Thiorichia Beach
On the east side of Milos, you’ll find Thiorichia beach easily accessible either by boat or car. Until 1971, one of the most popular local activities in this area was working in its sulfur mines. Around the site, you’ll also see houses of workers. Since the mines closed down, the caves and buildings are used as ancient remains visited by tourists worldwide.

 

The Catacombs
Milos has the most significant underground Christian cemeteries built in the 1st century AD. These cemeteries, also known as catacombs, have about 184 meters and 2-2.5 meters tall. About 2,000 Christians were buried in the catacombs until the 5th century AD.

 

Ancient Theatre
Hosting over 7,000 persons in ancient times, the theatre was built in the 3rd century BC. The site was gifted to King Otto in the 18th century after its excavation. It was then operated for 70 years from 1930 to 2000. Today it’s a famous adventure place to visit along with Plaka, Klima, Trypiti, and the catacombs.

 

Paliochori Beach
Paliochori is one of Milos’s longest beaches, housing numerous water sports and activities, cafes, fish restaurants, and rent rooms. Don’t miss out on swimming in the crystal clear sea with warm water.

 

Firopotamos Beach
For those interested in fishing, Firopotamos Beach is a worth visiting place. The fishing spot, traditional houses, a picturesque church, and eye-catching views of the Aegean Sea make Firopotamos Beach one of the unique and visited tourist destinations in Milos. Being quiet and well protected, it’s also an ideal place for swimming and snorkeling.

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