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Pollonia, Greece

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Adamas: Milos Highlights Tour on an Electric Bike

1. Adamas: Milos Highlights Tour on an Electric Bike

Explore the island of Milos on electric bikes. Start your tour in Adamas and head out to discover the catacombs of Milos. Enjoy a guided tour of the catacombs before spending some time in Plaka village. Discover Sarakiniko Beach, a must-see on the island, with its unique volcanic rock formations and nice spots to dive. Enjoy a swim and time at the beach for about 30 minutes. Make your way to Papafragas Beach for stories about pirates and time at this small beach with sea caves. Enjoy a stop at Alogomandra Beach for a refreshing swim before making your way to Pollonia village, the last stop of the tour. Explore this charming village, its restaurants, and Pelekouda Beach for a last swim before returning to Adamas.

Milos Island: Archaeology & Culture Tour

2. Milos Island: Archaeology & Culture Tour

Meet first outside the Ancient Theater of Milos. Begin your exploration of Milos Island by visiting Papafragas, a cluster of deep-sea inlets and sea caves. Discover the ancient settlement of Phylakopi at the base of a ravine that was shaped by volcanic activity. Learn more about this site which played a crucial part in the pre-history of the Cyclades and remained an active settlement until 1000 BC. Continue with a short drive to Sarakiniko, an inlet of pure white rock formations sculpted by volcanic eruptions. Take a walk down the inlet so you can experience this one-of-a-kind beach and take some fantastic photos. Travel along the northern coast towards picturesque Plaka and its cobbled streets and alleys. Explore a classic Cycladic “Chora” with white stone houses and bougainvillea. Walk through the village to admire its traditional architecture and its stunning view of the sea from the veranda of Panagia Korfiatissa, a beautiful 19th-century church. Taste some homemade sweets at the village’s famous local pastry shop, at your own expense. Stop on the outskirts of Trypiti and stroll towards the recently restored marble Roman Amphitheater. Admire the views of this site from above and see seven entire seat rows with a lovely view of the bay.

Milos Island: Cave Winery Tour and Tasting

3. Milos Island: Cave Winery Tour and Tasting

Have a unique wine tasting experience in Milos at a family-owned winery. You’ll learn the secrets of their traditional wine production, see the cave where the wine is aged and stored, and then try 7 of their wines for yourself, paired with delicious local cheese and other delicacies.   You’ll start the day by visiting the winery at the volcanic island of Milos, where you’ll meet the winemaker. He’ll instruct you on the secrets of his small wine production, along with stories of his family, who have been making their own wines for more than 50 years. You’ll walk across the vineyards and learn about growing grapes in an island environment with a very particular climate – the winemaker only works with his own indigenous grape varieties. He’ll show you the traditional machines and facilities used in the winemaking process, then it’s time to explore the natural cave where the wines are stored.  After the tour, you’ll taste 7 different wines accompanied by local cheese and other products from the island. The whole experience will last about an hour, but you’re welcome to stay longer and enjoy a glass of wine.

Milos: Electric Bike Tour to Plaka & Pollonia Beach

4. Milos: Electric Bike Tour to Plaka & Pollonia Beach

Once prepared and a test ride is done an easy uphill towards Plaka, the capital of Milos, with its picturesque streets and amazing views. After a short stay a pass from Tripiti to visit the Catacombs and the ancient theater. A piece of culture and history that is very much worth a visit. After this it is time to see some beaches, Sarakiniki, Agios Konstantinos to name a view, until Pollonia where there will be an oportunity to eat or swim or both, before heading back.

From Plaka: Milos Private E-Bike Tour with Catacombs & Lunch

5. From Plaka: Milos Private E-Bike Tour with Catacombs & Lunch

Explore the island of Milos in an authentic way, with a lot of fun and a local touch. The starting point is in Adamas. Catacombs of Tripiti is the first stop with a guide for a small tour inside the Catacombs. Plaka village comes next to see the graphic houses and taverns, nice views and pictures. Sarakiniko beach is the first stop for swim for about 30 minutes to discover the beach with the amazing volcanic rock formation and fantastic spots for pictures and dives. Papafragas cave which is not the typical beach is a must-see in Milos with a lot of stories about pirates and possibility to swim. Alogomandra beach for a refreshing dive and for the end Pollonia for a greek mezes on a tavern of your choice. After this we heading back to Adamas for the end of the route.

From Pollonia: Milos Cruise with Food and Wine

6. From Pollonia: Milos Cruise with Food and Wine

Discover the beauty of Milos with this ticket for a private sailing trip from Pollonia. Paddleboard and snorkel at destinations like the bay of Kleftiko. Record your underwater adventures with the use of an underwater camera. Take home memories with the included USB stick with photos.  Board the recently renovated 42-foot Bavarian Cruiser in Pollonia and set off to the picturesque caves and rock formations in the bay of Kleftiko. Stop at two other stunning beaches during your cruise. Swim in the crystal clear waters and have the option of traveling to shore with the dinghy that has an outboard engine. Taste delicious local food paired with wine and non-alcoholic drinks. Relax with your friends and family while your crew sails around Milos. Uncover secret coves and hidden gems as you go. Set off on your own with the stand-up paddleboards or snorkel gear, and practice underwater photography with the use of the underwater camera. Return to your starting point in Pollonia at the end of your tour.

From Milos: Private Speedboat Cruise to Polyaigos & Sunset

7. From Milos: Private Speedboat Cruise to Polyaigos & Sunset

The cruise begins at 15:00, leaving Adamas port. While cruising through the gulf, you will learn about the history, geology, and culture of Milos from the guide and have a closer look at the bizarre landforms called by the locals ‘Arkoudes’, a greek word for "bears", as they resemble standing bears. Continuing in the northern side of Milos, you will have the chance of getting panoramic views of the impressive "lunar" landscape between Mandrakia and Sarakiniko. It is a landscape of incomparable beauty, which does not match any other earthly formation. As the engine slows down, you are reaching the small islets of Glaronisia. These steep cliffs, formed of lava emerging out of the sea, host impressive geological structures with geometric fractures developed during the quenching of the lava. You will continue your cruise between the village of Pollonia and the nearby island of Kimolos, before witnessing the largest uninhabited island of the Aegean spreading its vivid colorations in front of your eyes. You will see the magnificent interplay between the waters and the sunlight, finding its way from the collapsed rooftop of Fanara cave and then enjoy your first stop at Faros. There you can enjoy the shallow clear waters and relax at the small beach, or if you feel more adventurous, follow a guided 30-minute hike to the lighthouse and be rewarded with wide angle panoramic view. Back in the boat, platters of fresh fruit will provide you the necessary vitamin recharge. Your next swimming destination, located at the southern part of Polyaigos, is the well-known Galazia Nera. A unique scenery of contrasting turquoise, transparent waters, and whitish volcanic cliffs, offers an unparalleled relaxing experience. You will have the chance to explore spectacular underwater spots by participating in a guided snorkeling tour, led by two experienced divers - crew members, and depict your experience with GoPro9 underwater photographs. Tasting traditional Milos snacks and cold refreshments or a beer make the ideal closing of this stop. On the way back, you will enjoy the magnificent Aegean sunset accompanied by a homemade desert in Cape Trachylas, before the boat’s arrival in front of the picturesque fishermen village of Klima, allowing you to get panoramic views and photographs of the characteristic Cycladic architecture. With the highest hopes that you had a once-in-a-lifetime experience, the boat full of smiles will return to Adamas at around 20:00.

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What people are saying about Pollonia, Greece

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 28 reviews

My partner and I had a great time exploring some beautiful parts of Milos with Joey. He was a great guide, patient for time at each stop and for photos with plenty of interesting information along the way. We highly recommend it was an easy ride due to the electric bikes, thanks!

It was interesting to hear about this fairly new wine making business on milos. Sampling the different wines was the highlight of course.

Great tour. Awesome guide. Learnt so much about the beautiful island of Milos - didn’t realise there was so much to see.

Great tour with a very personable and knowledgeable guide. Great way to see the highlights on Milos!

guide was very profesional and he really knew about the history of the island! very recommendable!