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MILOS WORTH SEEING

Browse below Milos attractions. The listings appear in the order of most wanted pages.

SARAKINIKO
About 2 kilometres along the coastal road east of Adamantas, we turn north in the direction of Apollonia and we meet one of the most photographed scenes in the Aegean, Sarakiniko, whose name is of Arabic origin. It is a lunar landscape, truly unique. The scene is somehow unreal and leaves the visito... more info ...

Panoramic View
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CATACOMBS
Christian community cemetery dating from the end of the 2nd century A.C. thar remained in use up to the end of the 5th century.

It consists of a complex of three catacombs (three long caved passages connected with other smaller passages between them) and a burial chamber. Passages join t... more info ...



ANCIENT THEATER
The Ancient Theatre is located near Tripiti.

The construction of the theatre probably dates back to the Hellenistic period, but the remains visible today belong to the Roman phase of the monument. Preserved are the concave with seven marble rows of seats, the orchestra, the floor of the ... more info ...



ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM
The Museum of Milos is housed in a neo-classical building of 1870 in Plaka , work of E. Ziller. It was restored by architects of the 21st Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, and functions as a museum since 1985.

The museum includes the following collections:

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FILAKOPI
It is one of the most important settlements of the prehistoric Aegean , whose life lasted for almost two millennia (3300-1100 B.C.). The remains of the third architectural phase show strong Minoan influence, while in the fourth period, Mycenaean influence prevails. Excavations of the site began in 1... more info ...



PAPAFRAGAS
Papafragas, another idyllic landscape, is one of the most impressive places on the island, with its deep dark sea caves. Starting at the foot of the rock the visitor descends to a tiny strip of beach. From here begins a long, narrow fjord, like a swimming pool between high rocks leading to the open ... more info ...