On a quick note, we recommend you to start your research for hotels in Milos in the regions of Adamas (Port), Pollonia and Plaka where many units are located but also in the fishing village of Klima.
Some of the most popular hotels are:
Psaravolada, Santa Maria, Tania and Delmar.
Are you looking for a special stay? Book a Stay at a fisherman’s house (Sirma).
OUR SELECTION OF HOTELS
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WHERE TO STAY? FIND THE BEST PLACES
The three main villages of the island are: Adamas the main port, Pollonia which is a touristically developed settlement and Plaka, the capital town.
Furthermore, Milos has many smaller villages scattered all over the island. Klima is one of the most famous ones. It is a picturesque fishing village with traditional sirma houses and a lovely atmosphere.
Also, different locations with beautiful resorts are found all over Milos.
Pollonia is a coastal settlement and small harbor where boats connect Milos with Kimolos island.
It is located at the north-east side of the island, has a sandy family-friendly beach, many shops and restaurants.
A big variety of options is found here and it is a very popular location to seek a place to stay when visiting Milos.
Some of the luxury options that are offered on the island are located here.
Most of them are in close proximity to the beach and have a lovely seaview.
Adamas is the main port of Milos.
It is the biggest town of the island and the center of life. Restaurants, taverns, shops, bars and cafes are located here.
Adamas might lack in beautiful architecture compared to other villages of the island, but offers many touristic amenities and this is the reason why many visitors book their hotel here.
Its location is very central and close to most of the island's beaches and attractions.
Luxury resorts, family and budget studios are found here.
Plaka is the capital of Milos and is located in the mainland 3km away from the port of Adamas.
It is not a coastal town, but offers beautiful views to the Aegean sea. Being one of the oldest villages of the island, it has a very traditional architecture with old mansions, paved alleys and whitewashed chapels.
It is built on a hillside and there are many points offering panoramic views and one of the most amazing sunsets of the Cyclades.
When strolling around the village, you shall find lovely restaurants, boutiques and cafes as well as some cozy holiday units.
Klima is a traditional fishing village known for its numerous colourful sirma houses.
The village is not very big but offers a warm atmosphere.
Its local architecture has made it famous worldwide and many of the old fisherman’s houses have now turned into beautiful apartments for rent.
For travelers seeking alternative options with the sea at their doorstep, this is the place to book your stay when visiting Milos.
MILOS, AN ISLAND WITH TRADITIONAL UNITS
Milos is of a moderate size volcanic island with amazing landscapes and stunning beaches.
Apart from its natural beauty, Milos is privileged to have traditional villages with a well preserved architecture.
Overall, Milos has to offer excellent accomodation options.
Contemporary designed resorts, minimal cycladic style suites and traditional fisherman houses blend in harmonically with its amazing beaches transforming the island to a top holiday destination in Greece.
Either you are visiting Milos for your honeymoon or for a family getaway to a Greek island, you will find a plethora of luxury and budget hotel options with different styles.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
When should I book my hotel?
Milos is visited by thousands of tourists every year so booking early your hotel is recommended. Especially if you are travelling during the high season (July- August) it is safer to have completed your reservation 4-5 months in advance.
When is the best time to visit Milos?
The touristic season in Milos starts at the end of May and finishes at the end of September. July and August are the busiest months on the island. If you want a relaxed atmosphere during your holiday, you can avoid visiting during the two busiest months.
Where should I book my hotel?
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Is there another way to make a hotel reservation?
You can contact the hotel by phone or mail. In some cases, you might find some cheaper rates but it is not recommended.
Will I find last-minute availabilities?
Don’t wait until the last minute to book your lodging if you are travelling from July to early September. Milos is a popular destination and hotels get sold out quickly. Booking your stay 4-5 months in advance is safe.
What types of accommodation are available?
You can basically find all kind of types. More specifically there are boutique hotels, rooms to let, bnbs, luxury hotels and suites. Also, the sirma houses are traditional structures for those seeking an alternative stay.
Find by type: Hotel rooms, Apartments, Rooms, Studios, Suites, Traditional Houses and more.
Is accommodation expensive?
It depends on the period and the type of hotel. Lower rates are found during June and after mid-September. Higher rates are found during high season.
How much does accommodation cost?
It depends on many factors. An average estimation without including Luxury options, for 2 persons would be around 100-150 euros/per night in high season.
Where is the best place to stay if you are travelling on a budget?
You can find cheap options (60-120euros) in Adamas.
Where is the best place to stay for a family with children?
Pollonia and Adamas are popular among families travelling with kids because they are in close proximity to some beaches and offer many tourist facilities such as shops, super markets and restaurants.