TriovassalosCyclades, Milos, Triovassalos
Triovassalos is a village that comprises of two settlements built on two adjacent hills near Adamantas. The area of Triovasalos is densely populated with a remarkable commercial and tourist interest. The main road crossing Triovassalos is a central point in Milos since there are several banks, public offices, cafes, restaurants and shops. The hotels in Triovasalos offer easy access to the sights of the island. Finally, the churches of St. George and St. Spyridon are worth a visit.
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AdamantasAdamantas is one of the largest natural ports in the Mediterranean, fact that in combination with the mining of various metals, helped in the development of Milos Island in ancient times. The modern port was built in 1835 by Cretans, who reached Milos after a failed attack on the Turks. Adamantas is...3
Agia KiriakiAgia Kiriaki in Milos is located next to the settlement of Zefyria and there is a beach with sand and fine pebbles and water sports facilities. Being in the well-protected bay and under the shadow of the trees, you can enjoy swimming. There are also hotels, restaurants and beach bars serving good food.4
ApolloniaThe fishing village of Apollonia or Pollonia as it is referred to by the locals, is built near a beautiful natural bay. Its beauty is a magnet for tourists who visit the numerous taverns, cafes, restaurants and several hotels . From the port of Apollonia depart ferry boats to Kimolos Island on daily...5
MandrakiaMandrakia has one of the most stunning beaches in Milos with white sand and turquoise crystal clear waters. Its mostly quiet and gathers those who love tranquillity, swimming and relaxing overlooking the endless Aegean Sea. The settlement has some hotels for your accommodation and a few traditional taverns.6
PachenaIn the village of Pachena, at the north side of Milos Island, you will find another beautiful beach with sand and a few trees that provide shade to those who wish to spend their day by the seaside. Pachena offers view to Glaronisia and impressive rock formations that pop up in the middle of the sea....7
PaliohoriMilos is famous for the beautiful beaches. In Paliohori which is on south of Milos island, you will find another beautiful beach to swim but also nice restaurants and beach bars. In short distance from Paliohori there is a series of beaches such as Agia Paraskevi, Agios Sostis and Gerontas.8
PlakaPlaka is the capital of Milos Island. It is built on a ledge 220m above sea level. Traditional architecture, quaint paved alleyways, balconies packed with flowers and whitewashed courtyards and, the magnificent view of the bay are of what Plaka’s rare beauty is made of. This is the reason why Plaka...9
PlakesPlakes is a small village with white houses and narrow streets, located between the villages of Plaka and Triovassalos. Built on the foothills of the castle, Plakes took its name because of the fact that the area was flat (meaning flat place). You can visit the church of the village St Charalambos, where...10
TriovassalosTriovassalos is a village that comprises of two settlements built on two adjacent hills near Adamantas. The area of Triovassalos is densely populated with a remarkable commercial and tourist interest. The main road crossing Triovassalos is a central point in Milos since there are several banks, public...11
TrypitiTrypiti is a traditional village of Milos with a breathtaking view of the bay. The quaint windmills up on the hill are the trademark of the village. The hotels and restaurants located here are privileged with amazing view and peacefulness. Very close to Trypiti village there are the famous early Christian...12
ZefyriaWith only 150 inhabitants, Zefyria, which is 9km to the southeast of Plaka, was the island’s first capital. Nowadays, offers services of accommodation for tourists in hotels and rooms. Here you can visit the church of Panaghia Portaitissa, which was built in the 17th century and was the old Cathedral...
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