Our sailing boat "Oneiro"
Picturesque Scenery - Klima
A unique experience
On board the “Oneiro” you have the chance to visit beaches (of Milos) beyond reach to explore hospitable caves, to swim in clear blue waters and enjoy one of the most beautiful and breathtaking sunsets in Cyclades.
Enjoy the summer sun and the gentle sea breeze sailing on a safe and comfortable for the passengers “Beneteau 400”.
Our vast experience on tourist sailing boats and on the coastline of Milos as well as the surrounding islands, guarantees a pleasant trip full of surprises. Music, rest and sunbathing will be a pleasant part of our trip. Indulge in every moment of your trip and visit Milos through a guided tour by our experienced captain.
We depart in the morning for an enjoyable cruise including guided tours, lots of fun and food. We leave from the port of Adamas for cape Vani where we pause briefly to take photos under the impressive volcanic rock formations.
The first destination of the day is at Sykia area to admire the open-roof cave. Swimming there allows you to enjoy the spectacular sea bottom. Next, we depart for the pirates’ cove.
Upon arrival to Kleftiko you are treated with a guided boat tour of the entire area accompanied with a fascinating narration of incredible pirate stories by the skipper. During your stay there you are offered a scrumptious lunch with a view of the imposing white rocks and the crystal turquoise waters.
We depart for Kalogries bay. On the route you get to see the beaches of West Milos up close: Agios Ioannis monastery, Ammoudaraki, Triades and Aghathia.
On our way back, we sail off Vani again to enjoy the breathtaking colours and shades of the afternoon sun on the rocks and with open sails we head for “Arkoudes” –which means bears (rocks which were named like that due to their shape).
As we finally head back to Adamas, we go past the traditional fisherman villages of Fourkovouni, Areti, Klima and Skinopi which will amaze you with their colourful “syrmata” (small fisherman houses). The skipper offers a slow close-up approach and detailed presentation of “syrmata”, their significance and their use.
Note: the itinerary may change according to the skipper’s judgment and upon agreement of the passengers for a safe journey and an unforgettable experience (Roots B & C).