The Island of Caves

Milos is like a chunk of swiss cheese poking out of the Aegean Sea. It’s full of holes, caves, tunnels and even Catacombs. For such a small island there’s plenty to discover – and by boat is best, many caves and beaches don’t have roads. Pirates used to love this island as they could hide their boats in a tight cove before prancing on their prey.

Me new mate Achilles has a speed boat, and he really likes to drive it fast! Real fast. In half a day you can see all the highlights of the rocky paradise.

My spies tell me the surf in Sydney has gone flat. A bit like The Med is now. :: Uge

Sarakiniko Beach lines

Sarakiniko Beach lines

Kleftiko, where pirates used to hide their boats

Kleftiko, where pirates used to hide their boats

Not a bad spot to start the day, only accessible by boat

Not a bad spot to start the day, only accessible by boat

The sea caves are incredible

The sea caves are incredible

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We're that tiny dot, top right. Milos

We're that tiny dot, top right. Milos

Not sure she's big enough

Not sure she's big enough

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Pretty hectic on that one ladder, the only way in

Pretty hectic on that one ladder, the only way in

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The entrance

The entrance

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Tsigrado Beach

Tsigrado Beach

Cliff jumps at Sarakiniko Beach

Cliff jumps at Sarakiniko Beach

Found a beach!

Found a beach!

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