Location

Milos Island

Milos is a volcanic Greek island in the Cyclades of Aegean Sea, just north of the Sea of Crete. The Venus de Milo (now in the Louvre) and the Asclepius of Milos (now in the British Museum) were both found on the island. Milos is ringed with unique coastal landscapes of colorful and surreal rock formations, has dozen of different beaches, and a series of picturesque villages.

Milos Beaches

Milos has over 70 beaches. Golden sandy beaches, with deep blue waters and curious colorations of rocks, captivate all visitors. Sparkling, pristine waters and fine sand are the trademarks of Milos' coastline, making the island an ideal destination for beach-lovers who can choose to visit a different beach each day, with varied landscapes and shelter according to the wind's direction.

Adamas

Orizontes Studios and Apartments are located 15 minutes walking distance or 5 minutes by car from the main port Adamas in Milos. Orizontes Luxury Studios has the advantage of being between and around the most popular beaches and sights of Milos, such as the beach of Sarakiniko, Papikinou, the castle of Plaka, and Pollonia village. Other places the guest can visit are Klima, Paliochori, the famous Kleftiko, Kimolos island across Milos, and many more.
How to reach us

By ferry

Check routes and rates.

www.ferriesingreece.com/

Ferry boats start from Piraeus port (Athens city) and other islands, such as Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, Sifnos, etc.

By plane

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https://en.aegeanair.com/ , www.skyexpress.gr/en/

In the summer period, there is an everyday connection with Athens International Airport. Milos airport is 4km away from the Studios.