Ready to explore Milos island in Greece? With this ultimate one-week itinerary, you will see ALL the best of the island in just 7-8 days. Not just the highlights, but way more. Including all the the beautiful heavenly blue waters, volcanic cliffs and other unique landscapes, quaint and picturesque fishing villages, whitewashed streets and more. Obviously, based on my own experience.
If you want to know more about the places I discuss in this blog (this blog is only a tiny little excerpt), want more activities and beaches, get some exclusive discounts, road trip routes, practical info and tips on where to eat: get my 103-page Milos Travel Guide.
On day one you will arrive at your accommodation, which will most likely be in or around Adamas/Adamantas, Plaka or Pollonia. So the best thing is to unpack and unwind and start your journey exploring the town you’re based at.
Milos’ south coast has some of the most beautiful beaches in Greece. With some very unique volcanic features!
Time for a boat day, which is a must do when in Milos as many of the most amazing beaches and waters can only be reached from the sea.
Drive to the northeast parts of Milos, where many quiet bays and beaches are located that are off-radar for most people, as well as the famous Papagfagkas caves. You can make as many stops as you like, all of which are listed in my Milos Travel Guide! 3 stops I would for sure recommend making are:
North of Milos, there are 2 fantastic little islands that are worth a visit.
In case you are a visual learner, I have summed up the itinerary in this video for you:
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