Wine tasting & tour at Konstantakis winery
Milos has one winery that is located in Pollonia. It is actually partly located in a cave, which makes it very special. They produce white wine, red wine, rosé, and liquor as well. Visitors can take a tour of the vineyards and winery, after which they can of course taste the wines and buy them to bring them home.
Highlights of Milos e-bike tour
Not renting a car, scooter or ATV in Milos? We Bike Milos any has great e-bikes with thick tires and offers guided tours, showing the highlights of North Milos. Such as the catacombs, Plaka, the Papafragkas caves and even Sarakiniko beach! the powerful machines make sure it is not too much of a workout.
With my Milos Travel Guide you will get a 10% discount on this tour if you book with them directly!
Make your own wooden bag at Zoulias Wood Creations
If this is not an original workshop and souvenir to take home, I don’t know what is!? Located in Trypiti, the workshop offers an experience where you can design and make your own bag of wood and cork materials. And they are actually very fashionable! There are many options, colors and prints available. If you don’t want to spend time making it yourself, you can also customize one online, order it and pick it up once it is ready. The price is € 80 per person and the experience can be booked through their website. The times and dates are flexible.
In the very center of Adamantas, you can find The Home of Clay. This is a pottery workshop where in very small groups, you can (learn how to make) 2 pieces of pottery for € 50. The workshop is suitable for children from the age of 5 years and older. The best thing is they can ship the pottery you made worldwide so you can enjoy your creation at home forever 😊. In case you are interested in booking, just pass by or send an email to email@example.com.
Cooking class at Alevromilos
At Alevromilos Cucina Cicladia you can take a 2-hour cooking lesson by chef Vasilis. He has a great passion for the local gastronomy and will learn you how to cook 14 dishes, mostly traditional Greek ones. Don’t worry, there are meat, fish, and vegetarian options. So something for everyone. After the lesson, you can, of course, eat the food. So the whole experience will take about 3.5 hours. The lessons are done in small groups, with a minimum of 2 and maximum of 6 participants. Always on weekdays before the kitchen opens at 1 PM. In the first two weeks of August, there are no cooking lessons because these are the busiest weeks of the year. The price (2023) is € 90 per person. You can book by ending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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