Milos was inhabited between 7000-2800 b.c. and became prosperous because of a mineral named opsianos. Milos is the southern island of the west Cyclades and it is worldwide famous for the discovery of the unique statue of Aphrodite and the Christian catacombs. Life is of a traditional way with very hospitable residents. The island has an exotic beauty and magical colours from its minerals. Visiting Milos you can enjoy beautiful and clean beaches, traditional small villages with local chapels, and homemade dishes.
Every year Milos welcomes a great number of tourists. There are more than 90 different beaches, some private and many others well organized. You can also find many different style coffee-bars, restaurants, grocery stores and tourist accessories. Milos is an ideal destination for family vacation but also for a nonstop nightlife.