Milos is the 5th biggest island of Cyclades and it is situated in their southwest edge. It is 86 miles from Piraeus and it is almost in the middle of the Piraeus-Crete sea route. While visiting the island, you can admire an open-air museum of natural history in West Milos: Mountain tops, isolated coasts, rare flora and fauna, migratory birds and in general a region of incomparable beauty, intact from human destructive interventions. The land and coastal zone in the west part of Milos belongs to the region network of NATURA 2000 of the European Union. These regions thanks to their rare characteristics are armed as being “Places of Communal Importance” and they are legislated as “Special Reservation Zones” so as to prevent the natural balance and the biodiversity of their ecosystems, as well as to protect their rare flora and fauna. Milos is famous its dentelated coastline. With more than 75 small and big beaches of crystal, deep blue waters, multi-colored carved rocks and white-yellow coasts, it is certain that you will be impressed. Due to the volcanic origin of its ground, Milos presents an impressive coastal morphology and diversity. There are white-yellow beaches, bays with pebbles surrounded by stones, and white, red, yellow or black rocks. The sea there has distinctive colors and depths and there are organized beaches for swimming or you can choose more isolated and wild ones. It is certain that the island’s clear waters and its beaches of incomparable beauty will offer you an unprecedented experience.