Perfect turquoise water and even though several boats were moored in mid July, it didn't feel crowded. Just do it!
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You will have to book a trip to visit that location, but it is well worth it. Amazing rock formations, deep crystal clear blue water. In the island you will find several boat trips to kleftiko. Find the one that suits you best and do...More
have been to many places & even more greek islands but this location and setting is out of this world for me. have to visit this place when in Greece and Milos ! the postcards don't do it justice. you can visit by boat and...More
Went there on my last day during a sailing cruise around Milos. Kleftiko is the kind of place you'll never forget.the water is all shades of blue with lots of fishes. I would love to return there on a sailing boat and wake up in...More
Splendid trip. We left from Kipos (not Agio Sostas) - shorter trip - easier to get on board. Great swimming - extremely nice scenery.
Best way to get there is with Zephyros boat tours, from agios sostis, beautiful old wooden kaiki, snacks, raki, and lovely hosts!
George with the Zephyros boat is a wonderful informative guide. Learned a lot about the beach's history, the pirates, the geology. Apparently you can get there on foot but it's a very challenging walk and the boat ride includes snacks and raki and information and...More
We went there by boat with Oneiros boat tour. The water was cristal clear, in amazing hues of green and blue, the white rocks make a beautiful contrast with the sea, there are lots of great caves, so nice to see and swim. Great place!!!!!
Bite the bullet, spend the 55 or so euros and book a boat trip from the main port of Adamas. You will be out all day on a sailing boat (winds have to be right for sails to be used) and make various stops that...More