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by Santorini Dave • Updated: December 4, 2018

Milos hotels near beach.

The fishing village of Mandrakia in Milos.

The 10 Best Luxury Hotels in Milos

1. Hotel Rigas – Adamas

Milos Rigas Hotel in Milos Island, Greece
Inviting, excellent-value-for-money aparthotel with bright, white toned, comfy rooms and apartments, with small kitchenettes (stoves, fridges), bunk beds (some) and good-sized furnished balconies with garden/village/sea views. Good location that’s within walking distance of many restaurants, the center, the port and the beach. Hotel Phone: +30 22870 23450.

2. Olea Bay Hotel – Adamas

Large luxury suite at Olea Beach Hotel.
Contemporary, fresh, small Greek hotel with pristine, beautifully modern, minimalistic rooms and suites with mini-bars, mini-fridges, tiled floors and gorgeous sea views from balconies/verandahs. Suites add living areas with built-in sofas. There’s a small beach right across the road and the hotel is within walking distance of the town. Hotel Phone: +30 22870 31003.

3. Miland Suites – Adamas

Luxury Milos hotel with swimming pool and sea view.
Set on a hill overlooking the bay, around 3 km from Adamas town, this top-notch, 9-suite hotel has captivating, individually decorated suites with kitchenettes, Nespresso coffee machines, mini-bars, four-poster beds (top category), and balconies with sea/pool/mountain views. Has a lovely outdoor pool & sun terrace with superb views. Hotel Phone: +30 6947943468.

4. Milos Breeze Boutique Hotel – Pollonia

Boutique hotel with pool in Milos, Greece.
Spectacular, clifftop boutique hotel fusing traditional Cycladic architecture with modern elements, featuring idyllic rooms and suites with coffee facilities, mini-bars and stunning sea views from balconies/terraces. Deluxe suites have spacious terraces or private pools with sun terraces and upgraded suites have spa baths with jaccuzis or outdoor private plunge pools with pool lounge areas. The hotel’s infinity pool has incredible uninterrupted views over the bay. Good location within walking distance of town. Hotel Phone: +30 22870 41085.

5. Tania Milos – Pollonia

Best waterfront boutique hotel in Milos: Tania.
Enjoying a picture perfect, seafront location on the island’s tip, right in front of a natural, protected swimming hole, this boutique hotel offers immaculate rooms and a suite, with handmade furniture, fridges and private verandahs with sea views. Deluxe rooms have private corner terraces and the hotel’s lone suite has a living room and 2 balconies (including a large corner terrace with sunbeds); both these categories have cave-style showers. Pollonia town with its restaurants and shops is a short stroll away. Hotel Phone: + 30 22870 41062, (Winter) +30 210 6616719.

6. Villa Gallis – Pollonia

Luxury Milos hotel with pool.
Set on a hillside overlooking both the village and sea, this charming boutique hotel features cozy, comfortable, double, triple and quadruple rooms, with exposed beamed ceilings, fridges and balconies with beautiful sea views. Upgraded rooms have bunk beds. Has a very nice outdoor pool with a sun terrace that offers amazing views. Within walking distance of the town. Hotel Phone: Tel: (+30) 6906647835.

7. Nefeli Sunset Studios – Pollonia

Best boutique hotels in Milos, Greece: Nefeli
Chic, Greek vibe seafront hotel with gorgeous studios and suites, all featuring a cool blend of natural & modern elements, fridges, coffee/tea facilities, well-equipped kitchens (fridges, stoves) and spacious balconies/verandahs with sea/side sea views. Junior suites add living rooms, additional verandahs and bathrooms with jacuzzis. Deluxe suites have a cool aesthetic and sofa beds (some), and the top-end master suite (2-bedroom apartment) has more verandahs, including one with an outdoor jacuzzi. Hotel Phone: +30 22870 41466, (Winter: November to March) +30 210 2637140.

8. Kapetan Tasos Suites – Pollonia

Best luxury hotels in Milos: Kapetan Taso.
Refreshing, all-suite hotel featuring tastefully decorated single-room suites, suites and a superior suite with superb views from all suites. Single-room suites have kitchenettes (fridges & hobs), coffee/tea facilities and Espresso machines, and patios/verandahs. Suites have sitting areas, fully equipped kitchens and 2 verandahs. The lone superior suite has 3 verandahs and 2 balconies with panoramic sea & village views. Within easy walking distance of the town. Hotel Phone: +30 22870 41287.

9. Golden Milos Beach – Provatas Beach

Luxury hotel with pool on Milos island in Greece.
Airy, bright rooms with mini-bars, coffee/tea facilities and verandahs/balconies with garden/side sea/sea views, are the highlight of this pretty beach hotel, 12.7 kms from Plaka town. Not much to do around the hotel’s immediate vicnity so it’s better to have your own transport. Hotel Phone: +30 22870 31307-8 (May-September), +30 694 471 7289 (October-April).

10. Eiriana Luxury Suites – near Plaka

Romantic hotel in Milos for honeymoon.
Delightful, all-suite, hilltop boutique hotel surrounded by windmills, featuring 6 exquisitely designed, contemporary Greek suites with Mp3 docks, Espresso machines, mini-bars, coffee/tea facilities, in-room breakfasts and private balconies and village/bay views. Depending on the category, suites can have access to a communal garden & pool area or own landscaped gardens or a kitchen area with a dining table. Convenient location, a short stroll away from Plaka town. Hotel Phone: +30 22870 22730.

Milos Highlights

Adamantas ferry port.

Adamas is the ferry port and largest village on Milos. Handy for the ferry and Milos boat tours. Lots of hotels and restaurants (but not the only place to stay on Milos).

Plaka and Trypiti villages in Milos.

Plaka village in the hills of Milos. Great place to stay (along with neighboring Trpiti village). Plaka has the best restaurants in Milos.

Village in Milos, Greece.

Agios Fanourios near Plaka village.

Volcanic rock on Milos.

Mineral formations on Milos. Much of the magic of Milos is found on the coast and accessible only by boat tour.

Private boat tour of Milos.

Private small boats are also able to be hired to tour the coastline.

Provatas beach in Milos.

Provatas Bay on the south coast of Milos.

Firopotamos fishing village, north of Plaka.

Klima in Milos.

Klima fishing village, on the coastline southwest of Plaka.

Sarakiniko beach on Milos.

Sarakiniko beach and rock formation in the northwest of the island. One of the best swimming spots in all of Greece.

Sikia cave and beach on Milos.

Sykia Cave was a sea cave the roof of which collapsed, creating a sink hole. Located on the west coast and one of the many places on Milos accessible only by boat.

Tsigrado beach in Milos.

Tsigrado on the south coast of Milos.

Kleftiko beach in Milos.

Kleftiko rock formation on the southwest corner of Milos.

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28 Questions and Comments

  1. Paros to Milos to Santorini

    Hi Dave
    Your site is awesome. We are visiting Greece late May and early June for two weeks. Is Paros- Milos – Santorini a good itinerary? Also, is there a daily connectivity between these islands?


    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      The ferry schedule is a little different every year but historically there is a Paros to Milos ferry about 3 or 4 times per week. It makes a few stops and takes about 5 hours. If it doesn’t travel on the dates you need you can always travel via Naxos with a ferry change (and those ferries should go every day). There should be at least one (maybe more) Milos to Santorini ferry every day, so no problem there.

  2. Best Milos Boat Tour

    Hi Dave:

    What boat tour would you recommend in Milos?


  3. Milos Cove Hotel

    HI Dave. Great Blog. We are traveling to Milos in September and are looking at booking MILOS COVE. It looks beautiful but some of the reviews are pretty concerning. Any intel? I understand that it is new, but have you seen or stayed at the property?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      I have not been there (yet) but clearly, it’s pretty isolated and a long way from the port (maybe that’s part of the appeal for you).

  4. Adamas or Pollonia?

    Which village is better to stay at in Milos. Pollonia or Adamas?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Pollonia feels more like a beach resort and is much quieter than Adamas. Outside of late June to early September it will likely be too quiet for most people. Adamas is a better base if you plan on doing a boat tour (highly recommended) and it’s where the ferry port is which makes arrival and departure easier. It’s also closer to the villages of Trypiti and Plaka and the Milos Catacombs – which are all worth a visit.

  5. Trip Planning for Milos

    HI DAVE!

    This Blog you have is AMAZING!! Helping me so much. I do have 2 questions though. I am coming to Milos from Santorini June 21-25

    1. Which is the best ferry to take & do you recommend buying tickets now? Or buy when I get to Greece?

    2. Which area of Milos do you recommend (staying in an AirBnb) for a couple in the 20/30s? Everything looks great but I want the best of the best.

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      1. Take the SeaJet ferry at 8:30am. Buy tickets a month or two in advance.
      2. Every village has its charm but most people will probably want to stay in Pollonia.

  6. Milos or Crete (on Santorini Trip)

    Hi Dave,
    My husband and I (both active and fit in our 50s) are traveling to Greece at the end of June 2018 for 10 nights. We want to spend time in Santorini and one other island. We are choosing between Milos and Chania Crete and wonder what you recommend. My concern is if Milos while incredibly interesting has enough of a buzz to keep it a bit lively. My concern about Chania is that 4 days will feel rushed and not enough time to relax and appreciate this portion of Crete.
    Thank you for your advice!

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      It sounds like you understand the trade-offs perfectly. Both places are great so I’ll offer one tip: take a look at connecting flights and how they work with your plan. You’ll likely be able to fly directly from Chania to home or a hub in western Europe. From Milos it’s flight or ferry to Athens then travel from there.

  7. Best Hotel in Pollonia for Honeymoon

    Hi Santorini Dave, my husband and I going to Milos/Paros for our honeymoon! Which hotel do you think is best in Pollonia for a special occasion? Thanks!

    Caroline Vouyiouklakis

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Milos Breeze (but I do recommend renting a car if staying there).

  8. Ferries to Milos

    Hi Dave
    Where can I find a schedule of the ferry rides for next year June/July. I am trying to find out on which days the ferry goes from Santorini to Milos and then from Milos to Naxos. It seems like there is a ferry going from Naxos to Mykonos every day of the week over that time period, am I right?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      In summer there will be (should be) daily ferries between Santorini and Milos; Santorini and Naxos; and Naxos and Mykonos. Not sure on Milos/Naxos ferries. Schedule should be out in early 2018.

  9. Where and When to Buy Ferry Tickets

    Hi Dave,

    Can I purchase my ferry ticket from Paros to Milos when I’m in Athens?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Yes, no problem.

  10. Tours in Milos


    Your site has been incredibly helpful! Thank you! We are planning to visit Milos for only one night. Coming in from Santorini in the morning (October 4th) and then leaving the next evening (Oct 5th) for Athens. I was wondering what your recommendation would be for touring the island. We realize how limited that time is but would love to see the beaches/rock formations. Most of the boat tours I found online start at 9am and I fear we won’t be there early enough.

    Any suggestions for how to best get a feel for Milos in the limited time we have?


    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      It’s very hard to make a visit work without one full day. The last ferry to Athens leaves (on October 5) at 4pm meaning you’d only have until about 2pm before you had to head back. You could certainly have a nice hike around the villages but as for seeing much of the island I’d recommend trying to stay for two nights and do the Milos Sailing Tour – or skip the visit entirely.

  11. Itinerary for Athens, Milos, Santorini

    Hi Dave,

    Congrats for the great and useful site.

    We are visiting Greece in early September but there is so much to see. It’s our first time in Greece and we want to visit a lot of things but also relax and with a small budget. Our itinerary (so far) is Athens-Milos-Santorini-Athens. Do you recommend this? Athens and Santorini to visit, and Milos to relax (it seems quiet with beaches (important factor) and cheaper than other islands) – is it a good choice?

    Thank you,
    Pedro Lima

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      That’s a great itinerary. Milos and Santorini complement each other well. You may want to consider flying from Santorini straight back to Athens as it will save you valuable time and not cost too much more (especially if you can coordinate it with your flight home).

  12. What is the Best Hotel on Milos?

    Hi Steve,

    Of the best Milos hotels you mention above, do you have an overall favourite? I’m leaning towards the Milos Breeze based on photos but wanted your opinion before booking! Thank you!!

  13. Naxos or Milos

    I can’t decide between Naxos and Milos, please help! I love the rock formations of Milos and the white sand beaches of both islands, but am going in October. I’m stuck because I would love to stay at a place right near a nice stretch of sandy beach, which Naxos has, but it doesn’t look like Milos does (budget room). Is there cool geological sites on Naxos that could be a substitute for Milos cool geological formations?


    Salia Wilson

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      I would do Naxos (especially if you want a more typical greek island experience with beaches and local villages) but no, Naxos doesn’t have anything like the geological beauty of Milos.

  14. Which Greek Islands to Visit

    Hi Dave,

    Thank you so much for your response. In terms of island selections, I remember you mentioned that you cannot go wrong with Greek Islands, every island offers something different. What are your thoughts on Zakynthos? I have read some mixed reviews regarding this island, the feedback are mainly on massive crowds and limited hotel selections. My current island choices are Milos – Naxos – Paros. Zakynthos is kind of our of way and if I add on this island, I am not sure if I can do all 4 islands within two weeks, including travel time.
    Thank you. Stacey

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Yes, all have their virtues but if I had to say one that is best to avoid in would probably be Zakynthos. It has a lot of package tourism and that’s taken away from it’s supreme natural beauty. In your case (already visiting Milos, Naxos, Paros) there is no scenario where you should be spending a full day of travel to get to the other side of the country when there are so many wonderful islands an hour or two away by ferry. (e.g. Santorini, Antiparos, Folegandros, Sifnos, Serifos, Mykonos, and more.)

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