Kimolos (Greek: Κίμωλος) is a Greek island in the Aegean Sea. It lies on the southwest of the island group of Cyclades, near the bigger island of Milos. Kimolos is the administrative center of the municipality of Kimolos, which also includes the uninhabited islands of Polyaigos, Agios Efstathios and Agios Georgios. The island has a land area of 36 square kilometres (13.900 sq mi), while the municipality's land area is 53.251 square kilometres (20.560 sq mi), and it reported a population of 910 inhabitants in the 2011 census.
Restaurants in Kimolos
4.5 based on 222 reviews
Although it is a really crowded beach, I don't wonder why: white sand and clear blue water!!!!! Semi-organized and few trees offering physical shade. Most people visit Kimolos in one day trip just to visit that beach! It is not close to the port, you need to go by car or bus.
4 based on 64 reviews
Lovely beach, long, sandy, beautiful outlook/views and a nice breeze. There are trees for natural shade, but also some sun beds at on end, very reasonable. Nice clean sea, no crazy water sports. Very Greek. And you could walk around to the Beaches next to, plus 2 tavernas nearby. The sand lilies popping out of the sand was a lovely surprise, we hadn't expected so many. Sometimes only the two of us there! Much Preferred to Prassa.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
grab your goggles and head to the rocks rising from the sea close to the beach - aquatic life at its best!
5 based on 15 reviews
Clear and deep water with rocks all around. Perfect for diving. The tallest rock it's about 2 and a half meters tall. Colourful fishes swim under your legs. Another advantage is that even if it's windy there are rarely waves. The only problems are that there aren't many trees for shadow and it's not suitable for families with kids that don't know swimming. But if your kids are good swimmers they are probably gonna love Karas.
5 based on 22 reviews
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A nice shop which refreshes your soul with unique designs of jewellry and gifts. You can find gifts for all tastes and the couple who owns the shop make you feel like you are at home with their warm welcoming. If you want to go back home with chic souveniers this is a place to be!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
It is one of the most unique places in Greece. Inside these little colorfull doors few cm above sea level they use to be storage boats, now some of them are turned in to rooms. Above these are litle cycladic homes creating an amazing atmosphere that takes you to a trip back in time... The water is crystal clear!
4.5 based on 6 reviews
The Skiadi is an interesting mushroom-shaped rock formation. From the marked trailhead (reached via unpaved road) there is an easy and beautiful hike over a good path. Super panoramic views along the way. Either the views or the Skiadi itself would be worth the trip, and together they make for a magnificent excursion. Bring camera and water. You need at least 1:15h to return to the trailhead (return on same path). The Milos Mining Museum (in Adamas, Milos) has more information.
3 based on 21 reviews
The main problem with this beach is that Bonatsa Beach is next door! There is no comparison between the two. One is completely sandy and the other is all pebbles. Mind you, if you like pebbles............
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