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From Adamas: Milos and Poliegos Catamaran Cruise with Lunch

1. From Adamas: Milos and Poliegos Catamaran Cruise with Lunch

Discover breathtaking Greek beaches aboard a luxury 44-foot catamaran with lots of shaded sitting and sunbathing areas, taking in sights of tranquil bays and uninhabited islands. Explore the 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. Shortly after, arrive at the bay of Kalogries, a perfect place to swim in crystal-clear turquoise waters. Continue sailing along the west side of the island towards Sykia, the largest cave in Milos. Make a short photo stop in front of the caves’ spectacular entrance and the bay to the south of the cave, an old volcanic crater, with colorful rocks and crystal clear emerald waters. Cruise next to the abandoned pirate hideout in Kleftiko, the island's most famous landmark. Here you can swim and snorkel inside caves and try your hand at paddleboarding before enjoying 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 Adamas, passing Glaronisia. Admire and feed the seagulls, ending your journey by visiting Arkoudes and Klima on the way back.

Adamas: Half day Morning Cruise With Lunch Kleftiko & More

2. Adamas: Half day Morning Cruise With Lunch Kleftiko & More

Discover the striking coastline of Milos on a comprehensive boat tour around the island. Sail all the way from Adamantas to Cape Vani and Agia Kiriaki. Explore breathtaking beaches, caves, and rock formations. Taste delicious meals and sip on as many drinks as you wish. Set sail in Adamantas, navigating away from Milos and toward Arkoudes, a complex of lava rocks off the coast. Pass by the fishing villages of Skinopi, Klima, Areti, and Fourkovouni before heading to the impressive Cape Vani. Dive off the boat into the clear waters of Kalogries, your first swim stop. Move on to the stunning cave of Sikia and admire its incredible natural structure. Visit the old pirate bay of Kleftikos and enjoy plenty of time to swim among white rocks and numerous caves. Explore colorful underwater spots with the help of the onboard snorkel gear. End your journey in Agia Kiriaki, on the south of the island, and be transported by van back to your starting point in Adamantas.

From Sifnos: Kimolos and North Milos Speedboat Tour

3. From Sifnos: Kimolos and North Milos Speedboat Tour

Board a speedboat in Sifnos and take off on a tour of northern Kimolos and Milos. Depart from the docks of Platis Gialos and cruise south heading towards Kimolos. Spot the white sands of picturesque Prassa Beach as you approach. Next, marvel at the black pebbles beach of Geronikola before jumping in for a swim in the Bay of Soufi. Afterward, explore the south side of Kimolos and dock at the port of Psatha. Stop for a coffee before getting back on the boat. Continue along the coast of Kimolos, past Milos and the port of Pollonia. Arrive at the small islets of Kalogiroi, with their magnificent basalt rocks shaped like big hexagonal prisms. Then, head southwest going, to the impressive bay of Papafragas. Check out its huge natural swimming pool and an enormous cave carved out of the cliff’s side. After Papafragas, arrive at the Navagio. See the remains of the old iron shipwreck and go swimming. Finally, stop at the beach of Sarakiniko, one of the most photographed landscapes of Milos. Swim in the deep waters, dive off the tall, moon-like cliffs and enjoy the famous fjords.

Santorini: Private Cruise to Folegandros, Milos & Polyaigos

4. Santorini: Private Cruise to Folegandros, Milos & Polyaigos

Folegandros, an untouched in the midst of the Cyclades. Visit for the most authentic Greek island experience while enjoying the sheer beauty and stunning landscapes. Whitewashed buildings and sheer cliff drop convey the island’s ethereal, yet wild, beauty. Milos, the island of Aphrodite. The extraordinary colors and out of this world landscapes, shaped by its volcanic past, captivates the visitors. Dive into crystal clear blue waters and explore the pirate caves unlike in any other island. Polyaigos, an exotic of Southern Cyclades. The largest uninhabited island of the Aegean Sea offers images that cannot be described in words. It appears with its virgin landscape of pristine beaches, the luminous blue of its waters but an escape for rare and protected wildlife.

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What people are saying about Milos

We had an amazing day with Polco Sailing! Georgina and the captain (I'm sorry, I can't remember his name) were super chill. We were 11 in the group and everyone was very nice. Lunch was home-cooked and absolutely delicious, drinks were plentiful, the GoPro pics were such a nice touch! We did not get to enter Sykia cave as I had expected, and we were under the impression we would have more time to swim at Kleftiko after lunch but otherwise everything went according to plan. Milos is a dream - the most beautiful water in the world!

This was an amazing cruise and is a must for visiting Milos. You get to see the entire island and many areas that you just can’t get to by car when you’re here. It was an amazing day and our boat’s crew were fantastic. You get more than enough drinks and food while aboard (and the food is amazing, home cooked Greek cuisine). I can’t recommend his tour enough if you’re visiting Milos!

Maro and Aggelos were amazing! We loved the size of our tour as it wasn’t crowded and allowed us to have a more personalized experience. The swimming spots we went to were gorgeous. Maro did an amazing job of helping those of us who suffered from sea sickness, she was well prepared which helped us recover quickly!

absolutely amazing. The captain shared lots of info. Being a small group of 10 you really get to know one another. It was amazing sharing travel information with the others. Lots of food, the fed us every stop.

Amazing experience and incredible crew! The small group made it perfect.