Agios Konstantinos

Agios Konstantinos

This place in north Milos is hardly to be called a village, it is a very small fishing port with a couple of houses and syrmata - boat garages at the sea level. In Agios Konstantinos you can see a unique underground chapel dug in a rock, which sometimes gets flooded by the sea. The chapel is very old and everything inside is made from the rock, even the bench.

The beach of Agios Konstantinos is also called Alogomandra, about 200 meters from the port. It is distinguished by the peculiar rock arch in one of its ends, resembling a cave part of which has disappeared.

highlights: small fishing port and a beach, village in Milos, Cyclades Islands, Greece

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Agios KonstantinosStaircase to the sea and the old churchThe entrance channel to the tiny harborAgios KonstantinosAgios KonstantinosAgios KonstantinosThe visible part of the cave churchThe entrance of the undeground church the wet floor is partially visibleThe big church of the settlement
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