- Code: MIL - 03
- Duration: Half day
- Adventure and fun
- Suitable for families travelling with children
- It is recommended to bring your swimming suit and a towel
- Panoramic, nature, landscapes
Milos is home to some of the Cyclades’ most stunning beaches, including Paleochori, considered the best on the island for swimmers, divers, sun-worshippers and water sports enthusiasts.
About a thirty-minute drive from the port at Adamas, Paleochori is actually made up of three beaches totalling 800 meters of sandy coastline.
It is known for dramatic cliff faces given dazzling reds and yellows by mineral deposits including sulphur.
Your coach will drop you conveniently about 200 meters from the beach.
Umbrellas and sun beds are available at the main beach at Paleochori, which is sandy with a smattering of white pebbles.
There are some wonderful restaurants perched high above the beach including Sirocco, a tavern preparing volcanic food, dishes prepared in the sand using the high geothermal temperature. Drop yourself into one of its comfy chaise longues with a panoramic view of the Sea of Crete, And then relax.
After Paleochori we drive to Sarakiniko, an inlet of pure white stone sculpted by volcanic eruptions. This startlingly beautiful spot is one of the island’s many geological wonders.
ISLANDS magazine has named Sarakiniko one of the world’s 30 most beautiful undiscovered beaches.
You’ll feel as if you landed on the moon as we descend for a delightful swim in the bright turquoise waters. Then it’s a relaxing drive back to port.