There are three villages on the island – Megalochori (Milos) the capital, Skala the main tourist resort, and sleepy Limenaria which have a combined population of less than 1,000.
The traditional unspoilt village of Milos is a delight to stroll around, its crumbling old stone houses nestled in amongst the twisting alleys and narrow streets adorned with bougainvillea and honeysuckle. There are plenty of local beaches and, if you are feeling more adventurous, it is possible to hire the hotel’s private water taxi ‘Jamaica’ for trips around Agistri or to some of the uninhabited islands nearby.
Milos village offers a wide selection of tavernas, restaurants, bars and even a dance club. The hotel’s pool bar is also a wonderful place to relax and unwind during the balmy summer evenings, catching the sunset or allowing the stars and the twinkling lights of Aegina to captivate the imagination.