In the caves of pirates
Kleftiko, Papafragas, Sarakiniko, Katergo. The pirates of mediaeval times had their bolt holes on the island of Milos.
In the afternoon take a walk in one of the most picturesque, colorful settlements above the water, where the harbor of ancient Milos was. It is one of the most special settlements that you will come across the Cyclades. Also, other traditional settlements with “wires” (old houses of fishermen) are Mandrakia, Fyropotamos, Agios Konstantinos, Fourkouvouni, Areti.
Plaka and the castle
Another point of view in the “theory” of "romantic sunset"... The plaques in the courtyard of Panagia Korfiatissa warm the bare feet and you there preparing you to see one of the finest sunsets in the entire Mediterranean. When the sun is going down, you can enjoy boat watching in the Aegean ... Next to you, the careful Plaka, with the Catholic church of «Our Lady of Rose»s, the well painted well, the restaurants and the coffee shops.
The "dark" Theiafa
Discover by boat this creepy "scenery" of the old sulfur mines on the east of the island, with the arcades, the iron bridges, the rails, the wagons and the old stone buildings.
The prehistoric Fylakopi
The archaeological excavation brought to light the prehistoric settlement of Fylakopi. Visit the archaeological site on the way to Polonia.
Here you will see the unique catacombs that continue to exist in Greece. It is an impressive and well lit archaeological site with tombs dating between the 1st to the 5th AD Century. Catacombs are one of the most important sights of the island.