Adamantas is the capital of Milos and has the biggest port of the island. It is the most developed part of the island and has many hotels, rooms for rent, taverns, bars, coffee shops and practically everything one may need during his stay on the island. Adamantas is situated in a bay and is considered one of the biggest natural ports of the Mediterranean. The capital of Adamantas is built following to the traditional Cycladic architecture of blue and white.
Lunar landscape with white rocks, white sand and blue green waters is the best way to describe Sarakiniko beach. It is ideal for diving and for endless sunbathing lying on the white rocks. The beach was named after the Saracen pirates who found refuge into the caves.
Pollonia is a small quiet traditional touristic resort with sandy beaches, sheltered bays, taverns by the sea and fishing boats anchored at the dock. White and blue houses and small churches complete the picturesque backdrop which ultimately offers romantic sunsets and uninterrupted views of the Aegean Sea.