This is the major settlement and the main port of Milos, located on the northeast coast of the island. It began to be inhabited in 1831 by Cretan refugees and rebels who arrived here from Sfakia, after a failed uprising against the Turks.
What are the sights of Adamantas?
The sights of Adamantas include:
- the Catholic Church of Agios Nikolaos
- the Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary
- the Museum of Minerals
- the Ecclesiastical Museum
The settlement hosts most of the island's public services, as well as most of the tourist infrastructure, like accommodation, restaurants, cafes, bars, and other entertainment options.
Very close to Adamantas are some of the most beautiful beaches of the island that have been awarded a blue flag.