Map of Milos

Milos is a Greek island located in the southwestern part of the Cyclades group of islands. It covers an area of approximately 151 square kilometers and has a population of around 4,800 people

. The island is situated between the islands of Kimolos and Sifnos and is known for its spectacular beaches and unique geological formations.

The terrain of Milos is largely volcanic in origin, resulting in the formation of dramatic red-rock cliffs, caves, and rock formations across the island.

The highest point on the island is Mount Profitis Ilias, which stands at 751 meters above sea level.Milos is world-famous for its mineral resources, particularly its deposits of obsidian, sulfur, and kaolin.

Milos Map

map of milos