Milos Kalogeros

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General information

Kalogeros Beach in Milos is less of an actual beach and more of a complex of small islets and rocks right across Pollonia village on its north side. These unique rock formations were created because of the volcanic activity on the island centuries ago, which has given Milos its distinctive landscapes. Kalogeros can only be approached by sea, by one of the boat tours that go around the island. 

Top Activities & Tours in Kalogeros

Experience once-in-a-lifetime moments by participating in well-organized tours related to Kalogeros.
  • Full Day Sailing Cruise in a Small Group

    Category: Day Trips, Boat Tours, Sailing

    Enjoy a full day cruise that covers the west part of the island, Kleftiko and the cave of Sykia, both inaccessible by land. Cruise, swim and snorkel in secluded bays with a small group of up to 10 passengers.

    8 hours Map
    from € 160.00
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  • Full Day Family Friendly Cruise

    Category: Day Trips, Sailing

    Enjoy a family-friendly cruise onboard a spacious 55-foot sailing yacht. Explore areas of West Milos inaccessible by foot or car and visit the enormous caves of Sykia and Kleftiko.

    8 hours Map
    from € 200.00
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  • Boat Cruise with Breakfast and Lunch

    Category: Day Trips, Sailing

    Explore the volcanic Milos island on a beautiful boat. Snorkel in caves and swim in the crystal-clear waters of the famous Kleftiko, the Blue Lagoon in Polyaigos and the moon-like beaches in Sarakiniko.

    8.5 hours Map
    from € 179.00
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Kalogeros Map

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1 Review
  • ablutsauger 09 Oct 2015
    I could see Kalogeros from the balcony of my hotel, since it was relatively close, so I have special feelings towards them. :)
    We also passed near them on our boat tour, and I can say it's a nice rock formation, although not comparable to Glaronissia.