Milos Hotels

Updated: May 18, 2017

Milos hotels near beach.

The 5 Best Hotels on Milos, Greece

Hotel Rigas – Adamas

Milos Rigas Hotel in Milos Island, Greece

Olea Bay Hotel – Adamas

Large luxury suite at Olea Beach Hotel.

Milos Breeze Boutique Hotel – Pollonia

Boutique hotel with pool in Milos, Greece.

Golden Milos Beach – Provatas Beach

Luxury hotel with pool on Milos island in Greece.

Eiriana Luxury Suites – near Plaka

Romantic hotel in Milos for honeymoon.

Milos Highlights

Adamantas ferry port.

Adamas is the ferry port and largest village on Milos. 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).

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.

4 Questions and Comments

  1. Best Boat tour of Milos

    Hi Dave,
    Which boat tour would you recommend on Milos? We will be there 3 nights. but just 2 full days so time is a little limited. Does this one (link below) take us to all the good sights?

    Best of Milos Day Tour

    Chris

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Guide to Greece

      As best I can tell that is not a boat tour but a land-based tour – which is why it doesn’t visit the boat-only accessible places. That said, there is so much to see that no boat tour will see them all. A good boat tour is the Milos and Poliegos Tour by Milos Adventures. You’ll see Arkoudes, Glaronisia, Kleftiko, Gerakas, and Vani (all on Milos) as well as the the neighboring island of Poliegos (which is great). The tour includes food, drink, and swimming/snorkeling.

      If you’re still confused then visit the harbour in Adamas in the evening. The tour boats will be docked with signboards out front showing their routes, stops, and what’s included. They’ll answer any questions you have and you can see the size of the boat. If you’re visiting in July or August this can be a little risky as (of course) tours can get fully booked. If you’re visiting in May, June, September, or early October then you should be fine booking something on a days notice. (And outside of those months there probably won’t be any boat tours at all.)

  2. Athens to Milos Ferry in August

    What is the best ferry to take from the Piraeus ferry port to Milos island in early August? We will also continue to Santorini and that connection is not so important but how many ferries are there per day from Milos to Santorini?

    Thanks,
    Bill

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave The Guide to Greece

      The ferry schedule from Piraeus to Milos is a little different depending on the day of the week but in general there are morning ferries with SeaJets, Aegean Speed Lines, and Zante Ferries. They typically leave shortly after 7am. Of these the Aegean Speed Lines is the best combination of speed and a comfortable smooth ride. In the afternoon the same 3 companies have sailings between 3pm and 5pm and once again the Aegean is the best choice. (The Zante ferries are slow and the SeaJets ferries are small and can have a rough ride.)

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