Sitting at the southernmost part of the Cyclades, Milos, Kimolos, Polyaigos and Folegandros are a cluster of islands at a close distance to each other and among the most amazing destinations of Greece. Let us map out for you an unforgettable cruise on board one of our yachts.
One of the most exotic and laid back islands of the Cyclades, Milos is a timeless gem that will mesmerize you with its enchanting beauty. Home of the Venus De Milo statue now displayed in the Louvre Museum in Paris, Milos will captivate you from the minute you visit its seductive beaches. Iconic Sarakiniko beach boasts a volcanic white rock landscape with crystal clear waters. Kleftiko is nature’s sculpture, a towering rock formation of rare beauty a former pirate hideaway with emerald waters. Alongside these two trademark beaches there are over 40 exquisite exotic spots to discover and explore. Worth mentioning are Firiplaka beach with silver sands and crystalline and shallow green-blue waters, Tsigrado beach, Papafragas beach that looks like a natural swimming pool carved out of rocks and impressive Gerakas beach.
Papafrangas, Sykia, and Kleftiko caves are three extraordinary spots along the coastline of Milos worth visiting. If you want take to a peak into the history of Milos, don’t forget to visit the famous catacombs built at the end of the 1st century and used as Christian cemeteries during Roman times. Nearby, the impressive ancient theater of Milos is an important cultural attraction
Right next to Milos, Kimolos is a small gem of an island, a place of unspoiled charm with fabulous beaches and picturesque architecture. Chorio, is a serene settlement and the only village of the island. Take a dive into one of the most unexplored and unique alternative destinations in Greece.
Calm and divine sea escapes
Luscious and divine dives await you on the seashores of Kimolos. Agios Georgios is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. A remote location, worth exploring on board one of our yachts. The rocky landscape, crystalline waters and a mixture of pebbles and beautiful sands make Aliki beach another perfect destination for swimming and relaxing. A great alternative away from crowds is the amazing tiny beach of Dekas. Kalamitsi and Pathi, are two exquisite popular beaches of crystal waters worth discovering.
What to see
The Kimolos Castle or Kastro is a defining destination of the island. It is actually the oldest and most picturesque quarter of Chorio, the only inhabited area of Kimolos until the end of the 19th century when houses started to be built outside the walls of the castle. Τhe Archaeological Museum of Kimolos hosts a variety of exhibits from different areas of Kimolos spanning from the Prehistoric era to the Late Antiquity. A restored mansion inside the walls of the Venetian Castle, is home to the Folklore and Maritime Museum of Kimolos hosting precious objects from the 18th and the 19th centuries.