After being picked up from your accommodation, your tour will begin from the Ancient Theatre of Milos, located on the east side of the Gulf of Milos ─ between the modern villages of Tripiti and Klima ─ looking down on the largest natural port of the Mediterranean. Later, you pass by the area where the Venus of Milos was discovered you'll get to visit the Catacombs of Milos, the second most remarkable Prechristianic monument worldwide thanks to which Milos was proclaimed a Holy Island in 2014 and a World Pilgrimage Centre. Next, you'll be taken to the traditional village of Kilma with its colorful “syrmata”, typical houses built right next to the sea where fishermen used to live. You'll then visit the Folklore and Archeology Museum in the capital of the island, Plaka; here you'll learn about the history of the island and its traditional life and you'll also have some time to walk around the narrow streets of the village and discover its little shops. At Marmara, the yard of the Panagia Korfiatissa church, you'll enjoy the majestic view of the island. You'll then conclude your tour with a short visit to Mandrakia, a scenic fisherman’s village with two little docks.
Archaeological and cultural tour of Milos
- Discover the history and heritage of Milos, an archeological wonder
- Visit the Catacombs, one of the most remarkable Prechristianic monument in the world
- Walk around the island's villages and see their typical colorful fishermen houses, the syrmata
- Take a tour of the Folklore and Archeology Museum and learn about the history of the island and its traditional life
- Archeological tour of Milos
Children (2-12): reduced
Infants (0-1): free
You can confirm the pick-up location directly with the local operator. You'll find their contact information in the voucher after booking.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: please confirm the pick-up place and time directly with the local operator. You can find their contact information in the voucher after booking.
Every day at 10:00 am.