It’s hard not to fall in love with the stunning island of Milos, featuring more than 70 beaches. Famous for being the place where the beautiful Aphrodite statue of the same name, today housed in the Louvre Museum, was found, Milos is the westernmost island of the Cyclades, with a total surface of 151 sq. km. and, because of its volcanic origin, it can boast landscapes so beautiful they look unreal, a wide range of colors, amazing rock formations and water with striking hues of blue. Blessed with incredible beauty and a rich history, Milos is an island of quaint fishing villages, dramatically high cliffs, vast olive groves and wild rugged mountains. There is absolutely no way to get bored in Milos: in fact, there is so much to do that it is advisable to dedicate many days to really get to explore and get to know this amazing island.