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Travelling to Milos from abroad is currently nearly impossible for tourists due to coronavirus tests and a mandatory 14-day quarantine. But the Greek prime minister announced that the tourism season will officially begin on June 15 (1). And from July 1 all airports will be opened for international flights while tests and quarantine will no longer be necessary (1, 2).
Update 22.05.20: Residents from 20 countries that are judged by Greece to have shown positive epidemiological data will be allowed to enter the country as of June 15 without restrictions (3).
There is much to discover in Milos
Descriptions of almost all the beaches, grouped by the sections of the coast of Milos: north and south coasts, the Bay of Milos and the remote west coast.
Adamantas, Pollonia, Plaka, Tripiti ... Where’s the best place to stay? And what is there to see in the villages of Triovasalos, Pera Triovasalos, Plakes and Zefiria?
Old mines, boat trips, walks, daytrips and other Milos specials. Unique experiences on and around Milos that will make your holiday unforgettable await you!
Beyond the bathing experience, from prehistoric times to the present day, Milos offers an informal mix of museums and antiquities that will thrill even those visitors who are less interested in culture.