Welcome to Plaka & Trypiti


Plaka’s main church courtyard has spectacular views and gets packed out for sunset in high season.

Walks in this area are popular, especially from Plaka to Trypiti and down to Klima. Off the road to the catacombs, a dirt track leads to the spot where a farmer found the Venus de Milo in 1820; it’s marked by a sign. A bit further along, the well-preserved Roman theatre hosts the Milos Festival each summer, and footpaths lead down to Klima or onto the promontory with ancient stone walls and two small churches.


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Plaka & Trypiti in detail