Milos

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MILOS

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Milos’ volcanic origins reflect dramatically on the surreal scenery; no other Cycladic island has more beaches, hot springs and peculiar rock formations.

The island has been well-known for the extraction of obsidian and other minerals since ancient times. Even today, Milos produces and processes more bentonite and perlite than any other place in Europe.

Venus de Milo, 4th century BC statue of Aphrodite, was carried from a grove on the island away to the Louvre in 1820.There are at least 4 museums on the island:archaeological, folk, ecclesiastic and mining, to tell its long story.

Passenger routes connect Pollonia to Piraeus, Sifnos, Serifos and Kythnos daily. There are weekly connections to Crete (Sitia), Rhodes and Karpathos, and regular ferries to Folegandros, Sikinos, Paros, Santorini and Ios.