Milos Island, Greece
A Wedding in Panagia Tourliani
A Wedding in Panagia Tourliani | Milos Island, Greece
Milos Island, Greece
The birthplace of Venus de Milo is the perfect frame for your fairytale wedding!
Also, Milos island is an ideal destination for engagements and honeymoons.
Milos is famous for its lace beaches.
Milos has over 70 beaches with crystal blue waters, colorful sculpted rocks, and white golden sand.
Panagia Tourliani Milos
In Klimatovouni (hill above Klima), you will find the church of Panagia Tourliani.
It is worth visiting for the magnificent view it offers towards the upper villages of the island,
but also towards the entrance of Adamantas Bay.
Klima also calls “Little Venice.”
You can take a walk to the picturesque colorful settlement on the water.
They are among the most special you will meet in the Cyclades. What makes him unique?
The 35 “wires” standing side by side, formerly cave houses for boats, are now holiday homes.
In this gallery, you can view images from the prewedding session in the fishing village Klima
and from the most popular spot in Milos, Sarakiniko, and the wedding ceremony.
Extra Walkthrough: The best churches & chapels in Milos island
The best churches for weddings in Milos
If you choose Milos for your wedding, it is natural that the wedding ceremony will take place in one of its many chapels.
The best churches/chapels are below. Whichever you choose, you won’t go wrong.
1. Panagia Tourliani Klimatovouni, Milos
Panagia Tourliani above Klima is a good choice because it has a fantastic view of the sea and Adamantas bay.
It also has a relatively large front yard.
You can see a recent wedding here.
Τηλ.: +30 2289 07 1249
2. Panagia Korfiatissa Plaka, Milos
At the western end of Plaka, on steep rocks, the church of Panagia Korfiatissa was built in 1810.
The site is known as “Khalara”,’ while the area in front of the temple is “Marmara”.
In the temple courtyard, we find marble tombstones from the old city.
You can enjoy a fantastic view of the sea and an amazing sunset.
Τηλ.: +30 2287 02 1180
3. Agios Haralabos Adamantas, Milos
The church is behind the port of Adamanta, at the village’s highest point.
Cretan refugees built it in 1870.
You will admire the mosaic made of apple pebbles in the church courtyard.
These represent an eagle flying towards the east.
Notice at the bottom, between the two dolphins, the emblem of the community of Adamas.
Τηλ.: +30 2287 02 1654
4. Panagia Thalassitra Castle Plaka, Milos
Panagia Thalassitra is the patron saint of sailors and the most photographed church on the island.
You will find the church in one of the most beautiful parts of the island as you climb up to the Castle.
In Panagia Thalassitra, you can see works of the 17th century from the famous Skordilidis hagiographic workshop.
You can still see in the infrared of the western door of the church the coat of arms of the Duke of Naxos, Crispi.
Τηλ.: +30 2287 36 0100
If you are planning a wedding in Panagia Tourliani in Milos or an engagement, proposal,
next day, honeymoon, or for a portrait session, please fill out the interest form.
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