- 7 full days of sea kayaking, 6 nights wild camping on remote beaches
- The services of an experienced and
knowledgeable sea kayak guide throughout your trip.
- All specialist sea kayaking equipment,
including single or double sea kayaks, Werner paddle, spray-decks,
- Cooking equipment (1 x trangia stove and pots
per 3-4 persons)
- 2 nights B&B in
Petrinela's Guesthouse on
your arrival and last nights
The price does not include:
Food and food preparation, this trip is self catering.
Tent, sleeping bag and mattress (its best to
bring your own, however, they are
available for hire)
We aim to circumnavigate
the three islands in 7 days, a distance of approximately 170km, an
average of 24km per day. This equates to about 5-6 hours paddling per day. The start
location and direction of travel will depend on the latest weather forecast and will be
decided on the morning of day one.
Laminated A4 maps, will be provided. Download PDF files of the
Milos map, the
Kimolos map and the Poliegos map.
Required paddling experience
This trips if for experienced sea kayakers only. You should
have enough stamina to paddle up to 30 km per day and average 25km per
day for 7 days.
You should be proficient in paddling in moderate wind and waves,
as challenging conditions are likely on at least some of the days.
You should have some previous experience of camping from a kayak.
Arrival and departure dates to/from Milos
The advertised dates include your arrival and departure
dates on Milos. When you arrive in Milos,
take a taxi to KAFENEIO PERROS in the village of TRIOVASALOS. This is the
reception of our guesthouse. On arrival day, after check in, you will be free to explore the
village or go to the beach. There will be a meeting at 6pm to meet the
guides and the rest of the group and to discuss the expedition in detail.
Breakfast is provided on the morning of your
departure day. There is no other activity so you can depart at any
time of the day.
If you wish to extend your stay on Milos, extra
nights can be booked at
Guesthouse, or elsewhere if you prefer.
Camping will be wild, on some of the most beautiful beaches of Milos. Most are
remote and there are no facilities, not even water. Tents are recommended, although there is only a remote possibility of
rain, as there is often a