Tourism: The Germans deify Milos

Tourism: The Germans deify Milos
Tourism: The Germans deify Milos

“Greece is not only a very popular holiday destination for Germans. On the Greek beaches you can find fantastic landscapes with impressive rocky landscapes, heavenly beaches with sand and pebbles and turquoise waters.

Which dream beach do you want to visit on your next vacation and enjoy the sun?” This is what the German travel organization HolidayCheck AG says in its selection of the 10 most beautiful beaches in Greece, where Kleftiko and Sarakiniko of Milos occupy the second and third places of the choices and the first of the Cyclades.

The description of Sarakiniko is equally apotheotical

In the report on Kleftiko it is noted that “the isolated picturesque beach will impress you with its emerald waters between large white rocks. There are old pirate caves in the rock formations that you can swim right into and explore. Be sure to bring a snorkel and diving goggles to experience the fascinating underwater world up close. There are also guided sailing and snorkeling tours from various operators on site. Half-day tours, including lunch, are popular.”

The description of Sarakiniko is equally ungodly: “To the north of the Greek island of Milos, on Sarakiniko beach, you will find an amazing natural phenomenon: white stone rocks made of light volcanic rock nestle gently around the crystal clear waters. This picturesque sight is sure to captivate you! Many vacationers feel as if they are on another planet. Therefore, Sarakiniko beach is also called Moon Beach and is referred to as a lunar landscape. If you want to enjoy this phenomenon in peace, you should be at the beach before 8 am. If the midday sun gets too hot, we recommend a trip to the Sarakinikos underground tunnel system.’

Source: APE – MEB

The article is in Greek


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