The symbol of Milos, Kleftiko, is a group of peculiar sea rock formations with a labyrinth of caves. It can be found on the southwest coast of the island, accessible only by boat (there is also a footpath but the access is difficult and the place is not safe since it is close of the viper reserve of Milos). The most popular boat trip organized on the island is exactly a trip to Kleftiko which may include also trip to other beaches accessible only by sea. Many agencies organize such trips, mainly from Adamas port, and you have plenty of choices.

Usually a trip to Kleftiko includes swimming around the rocks and a separate visit of the caves with a smaller inflatable boat. There is no beach, except for a tiny piece of stones, and the excursion boats cast their anchors between the rocks.

highlights: the symbol of the island, nature in Milos, Cyclades Islands, Greece

Photos from Kleftiko
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Address: Milos, Cyclades Islands, Greece
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