Our Services

The hotel provides:

  • Safe
  • Car Rental
  • Scooter/ Quad rental
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wireless Internet
  • 24h Swimming Pool
  • Daily maid service
  • Small playground
  • Barbeque area
  • Half day Reception Service
  • Service with a smile

Location & Sights

A few words about the island .....

The population of the island reaches 5,000 people, who live primarily in the following settlements: Plaka, Adamas, Pollonia Trivasaloi, Tripiti.

Of course, there are still many smaller sized settlements but the quaintness and unparalleled architecture, making them truly unique. These are Klima, with colorful "wires" Mandrakia with whitewashed courtyards, Zefyria which was the first capital of the island, the plates that follow the architecture of the capital, Fyropotamos with small quiet cove but many others .

History of Milos

History of Milos

History of Milos

We strongly recommend you to visit them all and we are sure to amaze unique colour and architecture

 History of Milos

The connection of the name of the island with the goddess Venus, is not accidental. Some authors mention in their writings that the first inhabitant of the island was Milos, a scion of the royal family, whom he sent the goddess Aphrodite on the island. The special worship of the goddess Aphrodite from Milia evidenced by the many and wondrous objects of worship and art have been found, leading to the Venus de Milo, a statue dating back to the Hellenistic period and was discovered in 1820 in the area of ​​Plaka.

Obsidian, pitch-black, glossy rock found only in Apple and used by the Neolithic Era for making tools and weapons and export throughout the Mediterranean helped develop the trade of the island and the cultural prosperity of the island. Important archaeological sites such as the Ancient Theatre, Phylakopi and Early Christian Catacombs witness the religious and cultural explosion of Milos.

Hidden and inaccessible coves formed by the volcanic rocks were famous bases of operations

moorings of pirates during the Byzantine Era, the Venetian and after 1566 the Milos passed into Turkish Administration.

Milos was among the first islands of the Cyclades that took part in the Revolution of 1821 against Turkish rule.

During the Second World War, Milos because of its strategic

position and its natural harbor, was captured by the Germans

in 1941 and released in 1945.


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