Milos is usually the first Aegean island you meet coming from the Peloponnese. Is a volcanic island and the large bay that penetrates to the center of the island is the flooded caldera of the volcano.
Characteristic is the white Chora overlooking the bay and the small fishing towns, called “syrmata”, that dot the coastline. The Syrmata are groups of houses right on the water, with their shelters for boats with multi-color shutters.
On moor in the Adamas harbour, where you will find shops and restaurants. From here you can take a long walk up to the Chora, recommended at sunset where you can enjoy a wonderful view.