The island’s geology triggers seaside sights that photos can’t do justice, like Sarakiniko and Kleftiko, and the kind of beaches that can make you gasp. A volcanic island with a big natural harbour and abundant geology, Milos has in fact been mined for millennia for minerals and products like obsidian, sulphur, and plaster.
The reason Milos is still such a case is that it was once the favored island of Greeks taking a trip domestically. They would reserve lodging practically a year ahead of time for their summer season holidays, so foreigners discovered it tough to schedule any sort of lodging on the island.
Ancient Klima was the location where the Venus (Aphrodite) of Milos was found in 1820. This popular work of art was produced in the Second Century B.C. A copy cast from the prototype can be seen at Louvre.
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