Milos Island, Cyclades
Enjoy a view beyond compare at this windmill on the hill, found on the Greek island of Milos.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Drougas Windmill is listed in affiliation with Booking.com.
Perched high upon the hills, on the island of Milos, is the village of Tripiti, and the Drouga Windmill, a special and unusual place to stay. In this converted windmill, found just where the Venus de Milo was discovered, you’ll find a warm welcome and an opportunity to experience Greek village life, all with views to make you catch your breath.
From a distance, see the curved, white walls of this enchanting windmill, standing out against the blue sea and sky above. Behind the high, wooden gate you'll find a stone patio, with different places to sit and some beautiful planting. Inside the house, there is a sitting room, with a spiral staircase leading upstairs to a homely, Greek kitchen with doors that open out to let in the light, and for you to dine outside. You'll also find two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The windmill enjoys air-conditioning, great for those hot, Greek summers.
Upon arrival you'll find a welcome package of local food and drinks to try, with the towels and bed linens included. There is also free Wi-Fi, a TV and a safe. There is plenty of parking, and you'll find the island easy to navigate, so we recommend a car if you want to make the most of the island.
But it's the views that are the real selling point of this fantastic property, with a vista so vast it includes down to the port, up to the island's capital Plaka, and across to the east coast of Milos. Views stretch undisturbed from many different locations inside and outside the windmill, and there are plenty of places to hang out and catch some sunshine, whilst you admire Milos from every angle.
A short walk away is the town of Tripiti, which has several great restaurants. Plaka is also only a 5-10 minute walk, with plenty of shops and restaurants to enjoy. Fantastic beaches are everywhere on this island, with many places to swim and several also offering sea-kayaking, canoeing and boat trips round the island.
350 yards from the Folk and Historic Museum of Milos
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