Milos Kleftiko Beach
Milos Kleftiko Beach is at the southwest end of Milos. At first sight, the place will look familiar as it is pictures in most travel guides about the island. Impressive rocks spring up from the sea, forming natural caves and rare geological phenomena. It is also, known as the "Sea Meteora".
It is a cluster of impressive volcanic white rocks, creation of sea waves and wind through the turquoise waters of the Aegean. Photos adorn most guide books that advertise Greece.
Access to Milos Kleftiko beach is only by sea. There are daily excursions to Kleftiko starting from Adamas. There are also guided tours of a few hours starting at the south side of the island to take you to Kleftiko and a few more beaches and some make daily trips, which make the whole tour of the island and visit and neighboring Kimolos, which offered lunch.
In excursion boats passengers are given masks and flippers, while there is also the opportunity for underwater photography, photos of which will be given in electronic form after your trip is over. Another way is to hire a yacht and visit the Kleftiko your time to make endless diving. For hikers, there is the difficult way since the access by land is extremely difficult so far to reach and get off at Kleftiko will definitely need a local guide.