1. From Adamantas: Milos & Poliegos Catamaran Cruise with Lunch
Embark on a scenic adventure to discover breathtaking Greek beaches. Sail aboard a stable and relaxing catamaran, taking in sights of tranquil bays and uninhabited islands. Explore the many natural wonders of Milos and Poliegos on a guided cruise and snorkel in crystal-clear waters. Set sail from the Port of Adamas and head northwest toward Cape Vani, an impressive 30-meter-tall rock behind which a 19th-century iron mine operated. Continue navigating along the west side of the island and reach your first swim stop: Sykia, the biggest cave in Milos. Swim and snorkel in the striking bay south of the cave. Marvel at an old volcanic crater with colorful rocks and emerald waters, then hop back on to enjoy brunch. Up next, come across the abandoned pirate hideout in Kleftiko. Try your hand at paddleboarding or enjoy snacks and beer on board. Pass by the bay of Gerontas and the famous beaches of Fyriplaka and Tsigrado on your way to the impressive bay of Gerakas. Take some time to swim and unwind, then eat lunch while surrounded by stunning natural views. Gaze at the ancient sulfur mines in Theiorychia. Move on to Poliegos, the largest uninhabited Greek island, where you'll see the Galazia Nera bay. Taste delicious desserts and head back towards Adamantas, passing Glaronisia. Admire and feed the seagulls, ending your journey by visiting Arkoudes and Klima on the way back.