Kleftiko or the West part -starting at 9 am- gives you the opportunity to explore the part of the island that has access, only by boat. It includes, four flavourish meals, one for every stop we make! You will take, dinghy tours, inside the magnificent cave of Sykia as well as the many pirate caves of Kleftiko. We will, of course, provide you with a waterproof camera and snorkeling equipment, for all the adventurous moments of your tour. An open bar will be available for you throughout the trip, with drinks and beverages and the closure of the day will take place at Adamas at approximately 5pm.
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One of the many colourful villages Milos owns. What makes them really special is the fact that the ground floor is used as a garage for the boat, also known in greek, as “Sirmata”.
The two guardian bears of the island standing in the entrance of the port. It’s worth mentioning the fact that only few people have the “charisma” to discover the chicken and rabbit before they finally set their eyes on the “beast”.
One of the top destinations for the tourists. A roofless cave big enough to leave us speechless, but with a not so large entrance, that allows access only to small boats. They call it Sykia because of a fig tree that used to have it’s roots on the cave’s roof, that no longer exists.
Have you ever visited any pirate hideout? Caves in all sorts of shapes that create the ideal place for sea sports and excursions. So get on a boat to this magical place and ask all about the pirate stories while enjoying the view.
For the beach, with the emerald water, many stories have been told, some of them funny and others a bit more ghoulish. It’s a bay that came out of a fairytale, with shallow water, suitable for kids or old people or even a picnic! Don’t panic if a lunatic with inflatable “dinosaur” ever crosses your way.
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