Full day trip around the island starting from the village of Pollonia:
with a monohull yacht Ocean Star 495 (1998, rebuilt 2015), length: 15m (50ft)
Maximum capacity: 22pax
Departure point & time: Pollonia village dock at 10:00
Return point & time: Pollonia village at approx 19:00
Visiting places: Polyegos island (blue water locate) – Sulphur Mines – Gerakas – Kleftiko (snorkeling) – Sykia Cave (slow pass) – “Bears” rock formation – Glaronisia volcanic rocks
Activities: Snorkeling equipment available for every passenger, Go-Pro (underwater) camera on board
Includes: Snacks, lunch, drinks & soft drinks (full board)
Starting from the picturesque villag of Pollonia at the north side of the island, “St Nicholas” will sail towards the west and soon will reach the “Blue Waters” location in Polyegos island. A top yachting destination with crystal turquoise waters and astonishing geological formations.
Next stop will be the Sulphur Mines. The ghost town of Milos, where the landscape changes from white in Polyegos to red and yellow. The Sulphur factory poses for some unique pictures. This is the only tour that stops for swimming in this location.
Gerakas is the next breath taking location of this trip. White thin sand and crystal clear waters do not allow you to come out of the sea, but you must because Kleftiko is next.
The landmark of Milos, a sculpture of the sea and wind the famous pirate hideout. Whatever you have read or heard about Kleftiko is not enough, but to witness it.
The stop allows time for snorkeling in the wide complex of caves and passages.
St Nicholas then will start sailing the east coast of Milos, passing by the Cave of Sykia, reaching the North East corner of the island – Cape Vani, location of old manganese mines and now the colours are back to red and black!
Opposite to Cape Vani we will witness the “Bear” formation, guardian of the entrance of the port of Milos.
Sailing by the north coast, with a final stop for a memorable snorkeling experience by the rocks of Glaronisia. Volcanic basalt rods emerge from the sea, demonstrating another very interesting geological phenomena.
With the sun on out back probably starting to set in the sea, we return to the port of Pollonia.
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