Milos The caves of Papafragas

The three sequential caves with the vertical walls are impressive. They are located on the northern coasts of the island and they owe their existence to the action of the waves and the wind on the volcanic materials of Milos’s rocks. They are among the most impressive ones of that type in Greece. They took their name after a Catholic priest who moored his boats there. Like Kleftiko, they were used as bases of operations during the Turkish occupation.

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