Travelers who want to spend some quiet time on the beautiful beaches of Greece should consider a trip to Milos, a wonderful island that just begs visitors to recite a prayer of peace, reports MSNBC.
While there are no ruins here to remind travelers of the ancient people that once ruled this land, the natural beauty is an outstanding alternative.
"Otherworldly rock formations decorate its coasts and the Aegean Sea provides a collar of the palest blue-green water on powdery white volcanic-ash beaches," states the news source. "Its most unusual feature is an array of colorful sand belts, running from cream to black, with pebbles of nearly every color."
Spending time here is sure to promote wellness thanks to the many days of sunshine and quiet peace.
While the area is a popular destination with Europeans, ocean liners don't make ports of call here and the small airport limits incoming travelers.
It is the perfect place to experience the comforts of the modern world, like five-star restaurants and hotels, while still being able to enjoy an uncrowded strip of sand.
Since it is located in the Mediterranean, there is no bad time to visit the island of Milos.