Although larger than some of its counterparts, Mykonos or Santorini, the island of Milos doesn't feature as heavily on the tourist radar and enjoys lighter crowds, even in the high season. Although that is tempered by a somewhat limited variety of activities for visitors to enjoy which don't involve the beach. That's not a bad problem to have!
Milos is a great choice for beach enthusiasts and couples who'd like a bit of a quieter island experience in Greece. There are a few villages and local historical sites to visit, but the real attractions are on the water's edge.
Planning Your Cruise
Definitely explore some of the unique beaches found on the island, but if you're looking for a bit of history, there are ruins and even catacombs under the hilltop village of Trypiti.
What to do in Port
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