The small village of Embourios is the only inhabited settlement in northwest Milos, opposite Adamas. In the past it used to be bigger but today it consists only of a few houses (probably villas or summer residences). There is one traditional tavern by the sea. A common sight are the goats roaming freely around the village.

The road to Embourios gets unpaved shortly after Achivadolimni and then it reaches Agia Marina - a very old church with panoramic view over the gulf of Milos. Before Empourios you will pass by Fatourena beach and Rivari, a natural reserve for birds.

highlights: the only inhabited settlement in northwest, village in Milos, Cyclades Islands, Greece

Photos from Embourios
View from the main pierEmbouriosEmbouriosLone benchEmbouriosEmbouriosFreely roaming goatsGoats roaming the village streetsEmbouriosThe famous tavernaEmbouriosThe sea facing tables are protected from the windEmbouriosThe concrete pierEmbouriosEmbouriosView from the hillsClosing in to the housesThe seaside road links the settlement to the rest of the islandHouses with sirmata (boat garages)The doors and windows are painted in vivid colorOne of the fishing boats infront of the housesThe tower houseWalking behind the housesThe settlement is tiny and still it has tavernaThe last house of the villageDirt road from the taverna to the last house
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