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Milos Island: Archaeology & Culture Tour

Milos Island: Archaeology & Culture Tour

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Enjoy a comprehensive overview of the local culture and history on Milos Island. Visit an ancient theater, the catacombs, the archaeological museum, a dairy farm, and a winery. Admire picturesque views of the Aegean Sea and colorful fishing villages.

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  • See where the Venus of Milos statue was discovered
  • Visit the beautiful traditional village of Klima
  • See how local dairy products and wines are made
  • Enjoy a traditional lunch in the village of Pollonia
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Start the tour at the ancient theater of Milos, located on the east side of the narrow Gulf of Milos. This structure is nestled amongst the modern villages of Tripiti and Klima, and looks down upon the largest natural port in the Mediterranean. Pass by the location where the Venus of Milos statue was discovered which now graces the museum of Louvre in Paris. Visit the catacombs of Milos, the 2nd most remarkable pre-Christian catacombs worldwide (following those of Rome) which helped to proclaim Milos as a Holy Island and World Pilgrimage Center in 2014.  Right after, explore the traditional village of Klima and see the colorful syrmata boat houses which decorate the shoreline next to the light green sea. Visit the folklore and archaeological museum in Plaka, the capital of the island. Learn about the history and the traditional life of then islanders before taking a stroll through the villages narrow streets. Continue on to Marmara and see the Panagia Korfiatissa churchyard where you can dmire the incredible panoramas over the island and take great photos. Make a short stop in Mandrakia, a scenic fisherman’s village with 2 little docks home to more colorful syrmata. Then, head over to the North side of the island to visit the archaeological site of Fylakopi Find out how this prehistoric city was the most important of its kind in the Aegean Sea. See the evidence of people living there from the early days of the Bronze Age (around 3.000 BC). After that, make a short trip to a local dairy farm to see how traditional products are made and enjoy a tasting. Spend some time relaxing and eating a traditional lunch in Pollonia, the most well-known tourist destination on the island. End the tour with an amazing visit to a local vineyard and winery where you can learn about all of the stages of making wine. 
  • Tour in a luxurious 7 seat SUV/4X4 vehicle
  • Pick-up and drop-off
  • Guide
  • Fuel
  • Snacks
  • Mini bar with soft drinks and water
  • Maps and information
  • Child car seat
  • Entrance to museums and archaeological sights
  • Entrance and tasting at winery or creamery
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities (optional)
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All required protective equipment is provided
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Outside the Ancient Theater of Milos, Milos 848 00, Greece

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  • Comfortable shoes
  • Comfortable clothes

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  • Children under 2 can join the tour for free
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What a fantastic afternoon. The tour guide took me to many beautiful places (e.g. Sarakiniko, Pollonia, the mine, the ancient amphitheatre, the catacombs and much more). He knew the island very well and I learned a lot about Milos. I was picked up on time at the meeting point and the ride from one place to the next was very comfortable. I can highly recommend this tour!

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September 8, 2021


August 29, 2021

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