Milos is famous for its lacy beaches. With more than 75 small and large beaches, with crystal clear blue waters, colorful sculpted rocks and whitewashed sandy beaches, I t sure that you will be excited.

Because of the volcanic origin of its soil, Milos has an impressive morphology and variety of beaches. You will sometimes find beaches with white sand beaches and sometimes pebbles with pebbles surrounded by rocks, white, red, yellow or black rocks. Separate colors and depths can be found in the sea, while you can also swim on fully organized beaches or choose more lonely and wild.

Location: Milos is the 5th largest island of the Cyclades (24 Cycladic Islands altogether) and is located at the southwest edge. It is 86 miles (138.40 km) from Piraeus and is in the middle of the Piraeus-Crete route. Its geographic Width is from 36 46 ’27’ ‘to 3638′ 37 ”, while its geographical length from 24 19 ’01’ ‘to 24 32 47’ ‘

Area: 158 km2

Coastline: 125 km

Figure: The shape of the island is irregular and looks like a petal. Its length from north to south reaches 11.2 km, while from east to west it is 17.6 km. The center narrows and the sea penetrate deep into the land, creating the port of Milos, one of the largest and safest natural ports of the Mediterranean.

Ground morphology: The Island is relatively mountainous, with no tree vegetation and a low mountain height not exceeding 400 meters