Milos is the southernmost island of West Cyclades. Due to its volcanic background, Milos has special geology and unique beaches. The strong volcanic eruption that happened in Milos millions of years ago formatted its present landscape with reddish cliffs, soft sandy beaches, and underwater sea caves. Sarakiniko, Firiplaka, Paleochori, and Tsigrado are the most special beaches in Milos, while very characteristic is the fishing villages, such as Klima and Firopotamos. Interesting sightseeing in Milos is the Christian Catacombs and the Sea Caves of Kleftiko that are accessible only with excursion boat from Adamas or Pollonia.
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