Adamas

Adamas

Adamas (parfois appelé Adamantas) est le principal port de Milos et la plus grande agglomération de l’île, bien que sa capitale soit Plaka. Il est protégé du vent du nord Meltemi et la mer est généralement calme.

Adamas a une belle promenade autour du port, de nombreux hôtels et restaurants, des magasins et des services aux entreprises. La plupart des excursions en bateau organisées et des visites privées commencent ici. Le village a deux plages - la petite plage de Lagada à côté du port et la plage d’Adamas - une longue et étroite bande qui se confond avec la plage de Papikinou au sud. Lagada a un bar de plage avec des chaises longues et des parasols. Adamas plage a des arbres pour l’ombre naturelle. La mer est peu profonde et adaptée aux enfants, la plage est principalement sablonneuse avec quelques galets ici et là.

Adamas est l’endroit idéal pour séjourner sur l’île, car les distances vers tous les lieux intéressants de l’île de Milos sont égales.

faits saillants: le port principal et le règlement le plus actif de l’île, village en Milos, Îles Cyclades, Grèce

Photos de Adamas
AdamasThe main pier and sea track after the ferryThe port and the main pierAdamantios Korais ferry loading people and goods at the portBar and chairs with view to the portPeople, cars and goods lined up for the ferryBar with sea viewOne Poseidonos Str.Staircase near the portPeeking at somebody`s beautiful terraceBlue table and flowers behind closed doorPainted street near the harborStaircase, flowers and view to the beachThe harbor and fool moon between the yacht mastsFool moon between yacht mastsNight photo of small souvenir shop at the village centerFishing boats and men cleaning their fishing netsFishing boat moored in the village harborWW2 wartime underground hideaway turned into art galleryWW2 wartime underground hideaway turned into art galleryChurch over the harborOld church near the village centerQuick 360 harbor view while ferry is loading goods and vehiclesChurch of Holy Trinity - Ecclesiastical Museum of MilosBell tower of Church of Holy TrinityChurch of Holy Trinity at noonBetween Church of Holy Trinity and Ecclesiastical MuseumThe church square is repainted for the big celebration in JunePainter renews the white lines in the church yardLook at the church from the bell tower sideYard covered with mosaics made of volcanic pebblesLooking towards the harbor from the elevated area next to the big churchMonument dedicated the French Navy located in the area above the portTraditional and scenic view from the inner streetsCafes at the port also offer shower and laundry for the sailorsYummy desert and frappe in one of the seafront cafesChocolate desert and frappe is always a good combinationFrappe and chocolate to kick start the dayAdamasAdamasAdamasAdamasAdamasAdamasAdamasAdamasAdamasAdamasAdamasAt the harbor and fireworks in the night skyLots of people gather in the evenings in the harbor tavernas and barsDuring the season it is hard to find free table in the eveningJune Holy Spirit celebrations at the Holy Trinity churchJune Holy Spirit celebrations at the Holy Trinity church - 50 days after EasterThe seafront of the villageFrom the local patiseria at the harborClassic selection of deserts in the local patiseriaTarts and small deserts at the local harbor patiseriaView of Plaka village  and the volcanic rocks it is sitting on
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