Things To See And Do In Adamas
Map Of Adamas, Milos
Hotels in Adamas
Wonderfully situated in a verdant and tranquil setting, Villa Venus in Milos perfectly blends Cycladic tradition and luxury. All rooms of Villa Venus are appointed with lavish furnishings, providing a relaxing and comfortable environment for a pleasant stay. Studios, apartments and suites feature en-suite bathrooms with selected products, a kitchen with all essentials, and a balcony with amazing views. In just a 5 minute walk from the premises guests can access Adamas centre and the wonderful Papikinou beach.
Located in Adamas, just 350 m from a sandy beach, Santa Maria Village features a pool with hydromassage jets, and a poolside bar serving cocktails with views over the Aegean Sea. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and balcony or patio overlooking the garden, the pool or the sea.
Reviews of Adamas, Milos
ablutsauger 07 Nov 2015RegularAdamas is Milos port and a place you won't miss even if you want.
It is just an average port and you won't get Naxos port or old town there. Just a regular, average spot which nevertheless has everything you need- you go there to shop, eat or appoint your boat tour.
The only "problem" is (I said the same for Plaka) that it is small. If you went for a walk in Adamas, you'll pass it in 15 minutes unless you decide to continue outside the centre and walk along the road leading to other places.
ablutsauger 05 Nov 2015Caves everywhereCaves, caves everywhere :)
Sea caves are one of the characteristics and most beautiful things on Milos.
Everywhere you go - by boat, to remote beaches, inaccessible by car, normal beaches... you'll find caves.
I can't recommend it enough - boat tour around the island! Some may find it expensive, but this is experience to remember! Kleftiko, for example. If you don't go to Kleftiko, don't go to Milos at all. You'll find yourself crying at Kleftiko, believe me. Those colours, that calmness, sea life... you'll feel like in paradise.
Then Sykia cave... Cave beach! Indescribable!
Papafragas, Kapros, Glaronissia and many more. Swim, play and enjoy!