The Cyclades islands in the Aegean are a natural and architectural miracle attracting crowds of visitors every year. However, you can discover in Cyclades some places of exceptional natural beauty and real authenticity, that remain intact from mass tourism. Our tour in Milos, Kimolos and Polyaigos offers a combination of stunning nature and relaxation.
The Milos, Kimolos and Polyaigos island complex is situated in Southwestern Cyclades. They are all volcanic islands with an incredible variety of beaches and natural attractions. Milos has one of the most interesting and spectacular coastlines in Greece, an impressive scenery of a variety of rock formations and extraordinary beaches. Kimolos is a peaceful, unspoiled island, ideal for tranquil and relaxing holidays. In spite of its proximity to the popular island of Milos, it has remained a secret well kept, even among Greeks. Its residents are friendly and warm, welcoming and hospitable. Polyaigos is one of the largest uninhabited islands in the Mediterranean Sea. The island offers a unique atmosphere of peace and tranquility along with some magnificent beaches.
The island complex of Milos, Kimolos and Polyaigos belongs in an area of particular environmental interest. Polyaigos island and the North-western part of Kimolos are designated as a NATURA 2000 protected "Site of Community Importance". The sea caves of the area serve as natural refuge to a big population of the Mediterranean monk seal "Monachus-Monachus". Western Milos is also designated as a "Special Protection Area" for its rare bird’s species and an "Area of Special Conservation Interest".