Spoon Sweets. A Traditional Delicacy

Spoon sweets. A traditional delicacy

Spoon sweets, called “glyka tou koutaliou” in Greek, are traditional, homemade sweet fruit preserves, served as a gesture of hospitality in the Greek islands. In the old days spoon sweets were usually served by the teaspoon in a small crystal…

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Agios Ioannis Monastery And Beach

Agios Ioannis monastery and beach

Agios Ioannis beach is situated on the south-west side of Milos near the 15th-century monastery of Agios Ioannis Siderianos. It takes a 40-minutes drive from the port to reach Agios Ioannis and another five minutes to descend from the top…

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A Beach With Sapphire Waters

A beach with sapphire waters

Prassa is a coastal area on the Northeast part of Kimolos, overlooking a small island called Prasonisi. Its fame comes from the same-named white beach (or Agios Georgios beach) that is situated in the northeastern part of the bay. Prassa…

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A Beach Full Of History

A beach full of history

Ellinika beach is located on the west coast of Kimolos island at a place called Mavrospilia , just on the other side of Kimolos strait opposite from the village of Pollonia. The beach is known for the ancient ruins at…

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Geology At Its Best

Geology at its best

The rock of Kalogiros (meaning "Monk") is one of the peculiar and impressive geological sights of Milos. On the northern coast, near the village of Pollonia you will see a cone-shaped lava rock, created less than 1 million years before…

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Privacy Policy And GDPR

Privacy policy and GDPR

At Nefeli Sunset Studios, we are taking your privacy very seriously and we are committed to protecting it. This summary contains important information about how we store and use your personal information. Information & Consent This Privace Policy and GDPR…

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