Milos, Greece

Milos Island, shaped like a horseshoe, is enveloped by the serenity of the Aegean Sea. Milos called "Pied island" because its waters shimmer in the sun all shades of the rainbow, and the buildings are painted in bright solid colors. It is found the world-famous statue of the Venus de Milo. Although today she pleases visitors to the Louvre Museum, in Milos there are other things to admire. Here you will find dozens of beaches, all different colors and with different combinations of sand, stone and shells. In the village of Tripiti explore the ancient theater, Catacombs and windmills, and for an end to the day admire the fabulous sunset.