Adamas Milos, also known as Adamantas, is one of the most popular areas on Milos. It is the island’s port and a lively area – excellent to base yourself while staying on Milos.
Adamas is a busy port village with a myriad of cafes, restaurants and bars. You can expect good nightlife here and a wide range of hotels in Milos – from luxury hotels to backpacker hostels. The main street of Adamas runs along the port, and you can find there various cute boutiques, bars, restaurants and tour shops selling various boat trips around the island.
Best Adamas Hotels
Aelia Suites Milos – Suites with Hot Tube
Aelia Suites are located 5 minutes drive from Adamas Port in a quiet residential area, just off the main road from Adamas leading to Pollonia. The suites boast a gorgeous view over Mykonos Bay.
Konstantinos Milos Hotel – Quiet location with free parking
Konstantinos Hotel is situated on a hill of Perivolia in a quiet neighbourhood of Adamas. Adamas Port and Papikinou Beach are 5 minutes drive away. Rooms overlook either the bay, hills or countryside.
Hotel Eleni Milos – Single rooms available
Hotel Eleni is located right in Adamas port, a few minutes walk to Lagada beach and walking distance to all cafes and restaurants of Adamantas harbour. Milos airport is 10 minutes drive away.
Things to do in Adamas, Milos
Stroll Adamas promenade
Spend a day lazing on one of the beaches near Adamas:
Visit Kleftiko caves by boat
Kleftiko Bay has some of the most turquoise water you have ever seen, which is contrasting with white rocks. Kleftiko is only accessible by boat, and a boat tour from Adamas is an excellent idea for a day trip.
Rent an ATV
If you love a bit of adventure, rent an ATV or a scooter to visit the nearby areas. In fact, Milos is a relatively small island, and you can get to most places within 30 minutes or a maximum of an hour. Also, many roads in Milos are dirt tracks, so renting out an ATV is a fun way of exploring the island.
If you’re in need of some retail therapy, you’ll be delighted to know that Adamas has some great little shops selling interesting souvenirs and locally produced crafts.
Explore the WWII Bomb Shelter
During World War II, the residents of Milos built a network of underground tunnels for protection against the Nazi bombings. Today, the tunnels serve as an art gallery, and they are quirky and one of the fun things to do in Milos.
Visit Adamas Museums
If you love a bit of culture and history, visit one of the three museums that are located in Adamas:
Milos Mining Museum
Dine at seafront restaurants
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