Our last stop on this grand island hopping adventure, was Milos. I knew little about this island other than it possessed gorgeous beaches and dramatic landscapes, soon to be discovered. We decided to settle in the small yet lively village of Polonia, not only charming but quite the foodie haven!
One of the most incredible landscapes I have ever seen, volcanic rocks shaped by wind and waves.
The next day we decided to be proper tourists and see it all by taking a catamaran around the island.
The journey began with the vibrantly colored village of Klima, only reachable by boat.
At many a hidden beach we would stop and swim, snorkel, take in the island’s unique beauty.
Never before had I swam in such crystal clear waters! This was the uninhabited island of Poliegos.
The ever changing colors were reminiscent of paintings by artists like Cy Twombly.
We left one paradise and discovered another. Each more spectacular than the last.
And to swim within these landscapes, in and out of the caves… a surreal experience!
We both agreed this was one of the most memorable day we spent in Greece. And there were many.
Our last sunset, from a scenic spot appropriately named Utopia, with a promise to return.