Take a look at Milos & Kimolos
Milos is the southwesternmost island of the Cyclades archipelago, a volcanic island and one of the most exotic in the Aegean it is known as the island of colours, with spectacular, colourful rock formations and more than 40 exotic beaches. Still a hidden gem among the Greek Islands, as tourists flock to Santorini or Mykonos Milos stands out for its unpretentious charm and it’s majestic ambiance, rich history, picturesque fishing villages, amazing food, indigo bays. With a succession of dramatic white cliff-backed bays, one of the largest and safest natural harbours in the Mediterranean and a maze of rocks, caves and inlets the island is one of the most romantic in Greece where the inhabitants discovered the famous statue of Venus, or Aphrodite, now in the Louvre Museum in Paris.
A short hop from Milos is the small, unspoiled, quiet island of Kimolos, with a pretty authentic Cycladic town where its white washed houses and labyrinth-like streets are built around the centre of the castle. Escape to Kimolos and experience authentic little Greek fishing ports, stunning rocky scenery and breath taking beaches.