"Milos is the Untouched Greek Island You've Been Looking For", revealing all the little-known treasures of this island--incredible beaches (many only accessible from the water), wonderful restaurants, incredible views, new and picturesque villas and resorts.
Her article inspired me to post some of the photos I took while we were there last summer.
In the photo above, Eleni, Emilio and grandkids Nicolas and Amalia are in the water at Sarakiniko Beach which, because of the white sandstone stone carved into a lunar landscape, looks like some otherworldly planet.
One of the places we stayed was a glass-sided villa at Skinopi Lodge, newly built by Nausika Georgiadou,who took us on a boat tour of the beaches which can only be reached by water. Here is one of them, where Eleni and family managed to swim through the cave in the distance and back to the boat.
On the way down to the seashore, Amalia checked out the sound of the waves in this seashell.
The colorful syrmata, unique to Milos, are dwellings built by fishermen right on top of the garage for the fisherman's boat.
As the sign says, you have to be careful walking along the seaside by the syrmata.
Eleni, Emilio and Nico are about to take a stroll. Note the octopus drying nearby.
These geese were checking things out.
And this cat was checking out the geese.
We saw this sign for the Panorama Restaurant....
So we joined Papou Nick and Amalia and a curious cat...
And watched the sun set over the island of Milos.
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