Milos' Villages

Milos' Villages, Milos, Greece (B)

Hello! Today I bring you one of my favorite post of the trip, Milos. As I have several things to tell you and many photos to show you, I have divided it into two posts: one about their beautiful beaches and picturesque fishing villages and another one about their villages. Today I bring you this last one.

Hola! Hoy os traigo uno de mis post favoritos del viaje, Milos. Como tengo varias cosas que contaros y muchas fotos que mostraros, lo he divido en dos posts: uno sobre sus preciosas playas y pintorescos pueblos de pescadores y otro sobre sus pueblos. Hoy os traigo este último.

We arrived by boat from Santorini. The journey is 2h30 and costed us € 52.90 per person. However, the schedules vary greatly depending on the time of the on year and also the prices depending on how fast the ferry is. You can find slow boats for less money. When we went (end of May) there weren't many options. I totally recommend you to hire a car. We rent one at RAC, which had vey bad critics, but we didn't have any problem. The cars are very old but at very good price. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Milos' Villages
Guide Location: Greece » Milos
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Midori Mori
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Milos port
  • Villa Gallis
  • church of Panagia Mesa
  • castle
  • Panaghia Skiniotissa
  • Panaghia Thalassitra
  • catacombs
  • ancient theater