Villages of Milos

Plaka

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Trypiti

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Zefyria

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Pollonia

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Adamas

Adamas, whose name comes from the diamond, is the port of Milos. It is built with the traditional Cycladic architecture. It is the largest tourist center of the island with most restaurants and entertainment centers, as well as two beautiful beaches with clear blue waters.

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Trypiti

Tripiti is a traditional settlement, built amphitheatrically over the ruins of the classic city of Klima. Its name is due to its soft volcanic rocks, which look like they have holes. In the center of the village there is the church of Agios Nikolaos and the picturesque windmills that used to be used for grinding grain. In Tripiti you can enjoy panoramic views of Adamas Bay.

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Zefyria

Zefyria is a rural settlement and was the old capital of Milos. In the center of the village is Panagia Portiani, a large and impressive church with stone domes. You will enjoy a quiet vacation, away from the crowds and noise. It is worth visiting and walking in its picturesque alleys.

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Plaka

Plaka is the current capital of Milos and is built at an altitude of 220 meters, overlooking the bay of Milos. It has a strong traditional color, with Cycladic architecture, narrow cobbled alleys and small traditional shops. Traffic is prohibited in the settlement From the precinct of the church of the Nativity of the Virgin or Korfiatissa one can see the strongest sunset overlooking the northwest coast.

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Pollonia

Pollonia or Apollonia is a seaside village, at the northeastern tip of Milos. They probably got their name from the temple of Apollo that existed in the Lighthouse of Pelekouda (on the left of the settlement). Due to the natural beauty of the place and the antiquities that are located in the area, Pollonia has developed into a well-organized tourist center and is very popular with visitors to the island.

Pollonia

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