You can begin your cruise from the port of Adamas or Pollonia. We usually start after 11am to avoid bumping into daily cruisers and enjoy the places without other boats.
Starting from Adamas, we can first sail the west side of Milos and swim in one of its many inaccessible beaches, Kalogries, Agkathia, Triades or Ayios Ioannis. We can, then, visit Sykia, snorkel in the nearby bay with its beautiful emerald green waters and enter the cave to spend some time at the small pebble beach inside it. When we return, our host will have prepared some delicious snacks for us to enjoy.
Next stop, the magnificent pirates-lair of Kleftiko. This place is paradise for sailing boats, with many small coves to anchor in. The best thing about not having to go back to the port is that you get to see this unique destination without other boats and many people. The plan is entirely up to you when we arrive here...you can relax in the hammock and listen to music, swim and snorkel or explore the caves with our dinghy or ask our host to prepare some more food! We can then spend the night here (advisable when close to full moon) or make our way to the bay of Provatas, which is tranquile and quiet, but also has some excellent tavernas ashore for our dinner. At night, you can enjoy your drink under the starry skies before going to sleep.
Getting up next day on the boat, you will find that there is no better way to wake up than a quick dip in the beautiful sea. After having breakfast, prepared and served by our host, we can make our way along the south side of Milos towards Poliegos, the largest unihabited island in Greece, home only to some of the best beaches in the med! There will be enough time to swim in 1-2 spots in Poliegos before we can make a stop in Kimolos and the bay of Goupa, a small cove with colourful houses built around it and caribbean blue waters.
After lunch, we will start making our way back to port sailing the north Milos coastline, passing beautiful unique places like Glaronisia and Sarakiniko. We usually return around 19:00 at Adamas.
Athens, 124 Papadiamanti str. 18121
Milos, Adamas, 84800
T: +30 21210 29194
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