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Sleep in Milos. Best hotels, B&B, hostels and accomodations to stay

Sleep in Milos

Much of the Milos accommodation offer is concentrated in the eastern area, between Adamas and Pollonia. You will find, of course, fascinating and suggestive solutions, even in more remote areas.
Here are some tips on the best areas, and structures, in which to sleep in Milos.


Adamantas, the capital, is the best area to move to Milos, and move around the island.
Staying here, you will find yourself in the heart of Milos. During the day, you can easily travel around the beautiful beaches and coves nearby. Even on a scooter. In the evening, instead, you can stroll peacefully on foot, in the lively center.

Adamantas is an excellent solution for quantity and quality. Thanks to the wide offer, by booking in advance, you can book fairly inexpensive facilities.
From this link, all the best offers to stay in the capital.


Where to sleep in Milos

Halfway between Pollonia and Plaka, Agnanti Apartments represents one of the best solutions to sleep in Milos.
It is located in the Mitakas area, at 10 minutes drive from the port of Adamantas, and a couple of km from the beautiful beach of Sarakiniko.
Rooms at the Agnanti Rooms are bright, airy and decorated in shades of yellow and blue. They come with a TV, fridge and mosquito nets. The private bathroom is complete with a hairdryer and a shower. Towels and bed linen are provided. Some rooms include a kitchenette. The wifi line is free and available throughout the hotel.
Friendliness, cleanliness, suggestive sea view, and excellent location. Difficult to find out of tune. The prices, in July, are slightly lower than 80€ per night, for two people in a studio apartment. Sometimes, by booking in advance, you can stay with around 60/70€ per night.
The “Plus” is represented by the possibility of using the free shuttle service.
If you are looking for the best solutions to stay in Milos, direct your research, first of all, to Agnanti Apartments. You will not regret it.


Villa Sosanna is one of the best facilities for a romantic holiday in Milos. It is located in the picturesque fishing village of Pollonia, at 150 meters from the beach. Rooms come with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a minibar and a furnished balcony or terrace. Some have a kitchenette.
In the center of Pollonia, at 400 meters away, there are many traditional taverns and a mini market.
In July, a splendid equipped studio apartment, with suggestive sea view, costs a little less than 100€ per night. Really good for value for money.
Who, instead, really wanted the top, can opt for a romantic junior suite, with panoramic terrace and Jacuzzi, for romantic sunsets. Info and reservations at the best price, from here.


Located in the village of Pachaina on the island of Milos, the Papafragas Studios rises near the homonymous beach. It offers a sun terrace and air-conditioned accommodation with free Wi-Fi and a balcony overlooking the Aegean Sea, or the garden.
Rooms at the Papafragas are individually decorated, with a dining area, private bathroom, fridge and TV. Some also include a fully equipped kitchenette with utensils and stoves and a furnished patio.
Less than 2 km you will find restaurants, supermarkets and a bakery.
Private parking, on site, available for free.
Among the various services offered, the possibility of using the TAXI FREE, for stays of at least 300€.
Very cheap prices, due to the quality offered. 8 days, in July, in a studio apartment for two people, just under 500 €.


Among the best family structures to sleep in Milos, we recommend, Aphrodite Studios which offers, in July, apartments for 4 people with kitchenettes, just over 100€ per night.
Aphrodite Studios is located in Adamas, at 1 km from Papikinou Port and Beach. It offers air-conditioned rooms and self-catering accommodation with free WiFi and a garden.
All rooms at Aphrodite Studios are equipped with TV, fan, safe, private entrance, private bathroom and sea or garden view.
There is also a barbecue and free private parking.

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