Milos

the island of colours

Also known as "The Island of Colours" thanks to its volcanic origin, Milos  is a versatile location with over 80 splendid and quite different beaches with waters of every imaginable shade of green and blue. Complemented by unspoiled traditional beauty and and historical sights, it offers something for everyone.

 

How to get here

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Getting to Milos by Air

Milos has an airport and is therefore accessible by plane from Athens' Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport. Flight time is approximately 40 minutes.
The Santa Maria Village complex is just 10 minutes away from the airport by car.

Getting to Milos by Sea

Milos is naturally accessible by sea. There are ferry boats leaving from Pireaus and stopping in Milos all year round, with the itineraries becoming more tentative as the summer season reaches its peak. Sailing time varies according to vessel and route, with the high-speed ferry making the one-way trip in 2-4 hours. Once in Adamas port, the Santa Maria Village complex is 5 minutes away by car.

If you are coming to Milos via ferry and bringing your own car, or other transportation, you may find clear and easy-to-follow instructions on how to get to the Santa Maria Village here. If you still have questions please don't hesitate to let us know.

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Kleftiko

A day trip to remember

The famous cove of Kleftiko (Bandits' Lair) was an old pirates' hideout and now one of the most popular tourist attractions in Milos island. It is famous for its crystal-clear water, elaborate caves and imposing rock formations. You haven't seen Milos island if you haven't visited Kleftiko at least once!

Sulphur Mines

Unique and impressionable

In the east side of Milos lies Paliorema, a bay with crystal clear waters and yellowish pebbles, colored by the sulphur. There the sulphur mine of Victor Melas used to be in operation, the oldest business for the mining of sulphur all over Greece  The sulphur mines, the Theioryheia, were in operation until 1960, and their installations  still remain to this day.

Sarakiniko

Milos's famous lunar landscape

Situated on the north shore of the island, Sarakiniko is made up of strange looking greyish - white rocks that can have amazing shapes often compared to a moonscape. The local people often refer to the scenic landscape of Sarakiniko as Lunar.  Sarakiniko is the most photographed landscape in the Aegean.

How to get here

For the exact location of Santa Maria Luxury Suites & Spa please look us up on

Google Maps

Getting to Milos by Air

Milos has an airport and is therefore accessible by plane from Athens' Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport. Flight time is approximately 40 minutes.
The Santa Maria Village complex is just 10 minutes away from the airport by car.

Getting to Milos by Sea

Milos is naturally accessible by sea. There are ferry boats leaving from Pireaus and stopping in Milos all year round, with the itineraries becoming more tentative as the summer season reaches its peak. Sailing time varies according to vessel and route, with the high-speed ferry making the one-way trip in 2-4 hours. Once in Adamas port, the Santa Maria Village complex is 5 minutes away by car.

If you are coming to Milos via ferry and bringing your own car, or other transportation, you may find clear and easy-to-follow instructions on how to get to the Santa Maria Village here. If you still have questions please don't hesitate to let us know.

For more information:

 

Kleftiko

A day trip to remember

The famous cove of Kleftiko (Bandits' Lair) was an old pirates' hideout and now one of the most popular tourist attractions in Milos island. It is famous for its crystal-clear water, elaborate caves and imposing rock formations. You haven't seen Milos island if you haven't visited Kleftiko at least once!

Sulphur Mines

Unique and impressionable

In the east side of Milos lies Paliorema, a bay with crystal clear waters and yellowish pebbles, colored by the sulphur. There the sulphur mine of Victor Melas used to be in operation, the oldest business for the mining of sulphur all over Greece  The sulphur mines, the Theioryheia, were in operation until 1960, and their installations  still remain to this day.

Sarakiniko

Milos's famous lunar landscape

Situated on the north shore of the island, Sarakiniko is made up of strange looking greyish - white rocks that can have amazing shapes often compared to a moonscape. The local people often refer to the scenic landscape of Sarakiniko as Lunar.  Sarakiniko is the most photographed landscape in the Aegean.