Crystal clear waters and fishing village of Milos, Greece (Photo: leoks/Shutterstock.com)
Milos (Photo: leoks/Shutterstock.com)

Caroline Costello
Cruise Critic Contributor

Port of Milos

In Milos, Greece, cruise passengers will find a volcanic coastline that houses dozens of unique and spectacular beaches. Colorful rock formations cradle lagoons of ocean water and the sea is a dazzling turquoise -- or a shimmering blue-green, depending on which beach you're exploring. While beach lovers will be at home on the shore, ancient historical sites, including a Roman-era theater, are a boon for history buffs. (After all, the Venus de Milo was discovered here.)

Milos cruises stop in Adamas Harbor, home to picturesque white houses and laidback cafes. From there, head to celebrated Sarakiniko, a whitewashed volcanic beach with a famously lunar appearance.

Shore Excursions

About Milos


Pro

Milos is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Greece

Con

It will be difficult to see enough of the island’s 70+ beaches in just one day

Bottom Line

More than just a pretty face, Milos has important historical sites in addition to an outstanding coastline


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