Milos Diving

Milos diving

The sea triangle between the three islands of Milos, Kimolos and Polyegos offers fantastic diving experiences. With many old shipwrecks, interesting reefs, rich flora and fauna and also with rocky islets of volcanic geological background, this place is a paradise for divers. Although Milos diving is not much developed as an organized sports, instead there are a couple of diving centers that offer courses, rent the necessary equipment and organize boat trips in diving sites, which are many around the island.

Interesting Milos diving sites include the caves of Papafrangas and Sarakiniko, the Labyrinth of Kleftiko, the Island of Pirates, the caves of the sulfur mines, and the shipwrecks of Agios Georgios and Africa. Diving trips from Milos to the neighboring island of Kimolos are also organized to explore the Caves of Poseidon, a wrecked airplane and a submerged church. Since the triangle of Milos-Kimolos-Polyegos is a breeding place for the monk seal Monachus Monachus, divers may meet such seals during their dive.

Here are some diving centers in Milos. Each diving center is presented with detailed text, photos and point on Google map. If you have experience with any of these diving centers, feel free to write your review. All request forms are sent directly to the diving center manager so that you can book a diving course with them or ask any question.

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Location: Pollonia

Milos Diving Center has been operating since 1996. With their long experience and passion for diving, the centre is located in Pollonia and offers a choice of facilities for divers of all levels.

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