Milos lies in the Southwest part of the Cyclades islands being ideal place for nature and sea lovers as it offers spectacular landscapes and heavenly beaches.
The climate in Milos is typical of the Mediterranean with sunshine most days of the year. During the summer months (mostly July and August), you should expect frequent winds (Meltemi) blowing from the North at 6-8 beaufort. South winds are less frequent in the summer time, but strong (over 8 beaufort), which explains why only few sailing or motor boats anchor on the South side of Milos. Northwest, Southeast and Southwest winds are less frequent. Don’t be surprised if you experience strange winds near the coastline! It is only the turbulence created by the geographical aspects of the island.
In Milos, you can moor in Adamantas which is considered as a safe shelter point from the meltemi. If you prefer to anchor in Milos island, you may go to Achivadolimni, Rivari and Empourio.