Milos Island has a long history and claims to have the oldest town in Cyclades. Numerous finds are exhibited in the Island's Archaeological Museum, and in the Museum of Athens, but the most important find is Aphrodite of Milos (Venus de Milo), a Hellinistic work of about 150 BC -was discovered in 1820. A plaster copy of this master piece of art can be seen in the island's Archaeological Museum while the original is in Louvre museum in Paris.
There are seven towns on Milos: Adamas, Plaka, Pollonia, Triovassalos, Pera Triovassalos, Tripiti, and Plakes. The three most famous are Adamas port which is the main port and hub of Milos, Pollonia village which is a small fishing town built around a pretty round beach of fine sand and Plaka village which is the most characteristic town on Milos Island with narrow roads, houses of Cycladic style, and a few shops and restaurants.
Milos island is also famous for its cuisine. There is a parade of treats, tasty flavors and culinary pleasures! Fresh fish, traditional recipes, the fresh local vegetables and traditional sweets will make your vacation a total delight!