Circumnavigation of Milos - 5
days kayaking, 4 nights camping, 2
nights B&B, all meals included - 650 euro pp.
aim to circumnavigate Milos island, a distance of approximately 90km in
5 days. Each day will involve 15-20 km paddling or about 4
hours. Nights will be spent wild
camping on pristine and isolated beaches. All meals will
prepared by your guide.
There will be plenty of time to practice kayaking skills or a variety of
out-of-kayak activities - snorkeling, climbing rocky islets, exploring
historical and archaeological sites and relaxing on the beach. Some sea
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Jun '13 |
Oct '13 |
an article by Judy Armstrong, published in 10/13 edition of
Canoe and Kayak (UK).
Kimolos and Poliegos expedition - 5
days kayaking, 4 nights camping, 2 nights B&B, all meals included -
the history and pristine coastline Milos' nearest neighbors. Our four
day expedition around both islands, a distance of approximately 85 km,
starts and finishes at Pollonia on Milos. Some sea kayaking experience
The crossing to Kimolos is one km from
Milos. The island is mountainous and is mostly inaccessible by road
It has a population of 500 people, all living in a single village on the
Poliegos is the largest uninhabited island
in the Aegean sea. The western side comprises low rolling hills and
long sandy beaches, in stark contrast to the eastern side of jagged
peaks and huge, towering cliffs. The crossing to Poliegos is 3km from
Kimolos and takes about 30 minutes.
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Jun '13 |
Jun '14 |
Kimolos and Poliegos - 7 days kayaking, 6 nights wild camping (self catering),
2 nights B&B
expedition is for experienced sea kayakers seeking a challenging
expedition in the cooler months of late Autumn and early spring.
We aim to circumnavigate
the three islands in 7 days, a distance of approximately 170km, an
average of 24km per day or about 5-6 hours paddling per day.
Crete expedition -
paddling, 7 nights wild camping (self-catering), ex
by the Lefka Ori (the white mountains), the western part of Crete is the
most spectacular and inaccessible part of the island. Highlights include
crossing the "horns" of Crete; Elafonisi beach and inlet; the
picturesque villages of Paleohora, Sougio, Loutro
and Sfakion; and the Samaria gorge and national park.
sea kayaking experience required; You must have enough
stamina to paddle up to 30km per day and be confident paddling in
strong wind and waves
distance = 160km, 20km/day
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Mar '07 |
of a lifetime - 2008 trip report
by Tim Davis
Athens to Milos - Island hopping the Western
Cyclades - 8 days
kayaking, 7 nights
camping (self catering), one
night B&B on Milos
meet in Athens and travel to Cape Sounio at the extremity of the Attica
penninsula. From there we will kayak to Milos via the islands of
Macronisi, Tzia, Kithnos, Serifos, Sifnos and Kimolos.
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