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Kimolos - is filled with open spaces, coves, and fishing boats abound

The island is ripe to be explored. We discover secluded beaches with not a soul in sight. Due to its volcanic landscapes, and sheer pure magnificence, and lack of uniformity, blended rock formations of all styles and sizes, compete with silky sand, offering fairly an alternate beach experience.

The shiny lace beaches of Kimolos present an awesome beach experience, where no beaches are alike. The possibilities are excessive that you'll share the seaside with solely a couple of other passersby.

A neighborhood Kimolos native shows off her cooking skills

As a hiking enthusiast, and similar to many Greek Islands, one of the simplest ways to explore the land is by foot. There are numerous paved slender streets and marked paths all over the island. You'll be spellbound and soak up experiences of a lifetime.

Kimolos has many beaches from which to decide on and a great many of which I explored. Rema and Karas beaches are distant and created the sensation of being in pure swimming pools. Klima and Prasa, that are full of white sand and azure waters. Monastiria, Soufi, Agioklima are in some of the spectacular bays the place one may take pleasure in a swim, and dive from excessive off the rocks into the deep blue Aegean Sea. Prasa is a white sand beach popular amongst locals. The beaches of Aliki are have both sand and pebbles.

Skiadi is a mushroom like rock formation maybe created from volcanic explosions in the Aegean Sea

One other highlight is the Gerakias cave. Dive into the sparkling waters, and walk its shallow waters contained in the cave.

For the proper ending to any day on Kimolos Island, take a drive to Ellinika Beach for its impressive sunsets, and marvel on the spellbinding rock formations straight out at sea of Aspragremna, the place there are stays and wreckages of the traditional metropolis of Kimolos food in addition to the ancient tombs.

Aspragremna - breathtaking white, jagged, uniform rocks sticking out from the sea.

On my final day I took a 2 hour hike from city to maybe the island's most well-known attraction. Within the north-western a part of Kimolos, on the west of a hill referred to as Sklavos, lies a huge stone rock, shaped in the form a mushroom which residents name Skiadi, a natural rock formation attributed to the kind of rocks and high gusts of wind within the area. The rock seems to be out of a misplaced world or a movie set. It's characterized as a geological monument of Atlantis within the Aegean Sea. The hike embraces the western coast of the island and overlooks a big part of Milos.

For those who're looking for a hidden retreat, a lesser traveled Greek island experience, the place you'll be welcomed with open arms by pleasant villagers, could feast on conventional Greek delicacies, and be lured in by beautiful scenery and dazzling, reclusive beaches, then Kimolos could just be proper for you.