Ancient Roman Theatre - Milos

Ancient Roman Theatre - Milos

Ancient Roman Theatre - Milos
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Byron A
Rhondda, UK708 contributions
Jul 2022
The Theatre is set on the mountain near Trypiti overlooking Klima. You can drive to the parking lot near the catacombs, then walk down to the theatre from there. It’s about a 10min walk from the car park and the path is uneven at times with quite a steep incline so persons with mobility issue may struggle. The Theatre is still under restoration but has come a long way from just a few years ago. The Theatre dates back to the Hellenistic era and is afforded a spectacular view across the bay. There are a couple of information boards there to give you more detail. The attraction is free but there is very little shade and nowhere to buy water. So, my tips are go in the morning when it’s cooler, wear good walking shoes and a hat and take water with you.
Written October 29, 2022
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StacyMacDonald
Calgary, Canada243 contributions
Oct 2023 • Couples
There aren't a lot of ruins to view on Milos, so this is a nice break from the beaches. Also, you should be in this area at least once. There's a great Venus de Milo replica statue in the area where you enter to walk to the ruins.
Written October 15, 2023
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Storyteller812030
Barcelona, Spain29 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
We visited this place and I wish I could spend a lot more time there and study the history, talk to some experts to really understand it. Its perhaps one of the best example in this part of the world.
Written September 19, 2018
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Piotr M
Warsaw, Poland1,059 contributions
May 2022
A bit away from the main road is this well kept Ancient Roman Theatre, which is worth visiting, all is for free and you just need to walk a few minutes to reach it from the parking
Written June 9, 2022
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Maximilian Hilton
Lipetsk, Russia78 contributions
May 2019 • Couples
We decided to check out the smaller things in Milos and went down a rocky path to this beautiful spot! During spring, it is a little over grown and has railings! My favorite part was the marble stairs and the overlook of the ocean. Definitely a must see!!!
Written July 14, 2019
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mrsirin
London, UK986 contributions
Oct 2017 • Solo
I hiked up the steep steps from Klima after lunch, and was ultimately rewarded with a spectacular view as well as a chance to walk around a theater that would have been roped off from the public in most other places. You can continue the hike up from here to Tripiti and Plaka, which would take about another 45 minutes.
Written October 19, 2017
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Canadiantraveldiva7
Nanaimo, Canada119 contributions
Sep 2017 • Couples
We enjoyed our visit to the ancient roman theatre. I highly recommend going to see it. It is easy to find near Plaka and parking and the walk down are well maintained and easy as well. When we finished our visit we decided to walk down the path to the fishing village of Klima which was our next stop of the day. The path is good but it took us about 30 minutes to walk down and walking back up definitely was a workout! No regrets though, if you want some exercise, leave your car in the parking lot and after you are done at the ancient theatre head down to explore Klima. The path is marked by a small sigh but as you exit the theatre if you look out to the water you will find it.
Written October 1, 2017
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Businesstravelsadrag
London, UK187 contributions
May 2014 • Couples
A short walk from the Catacombs, past the site where the Venus doe Milo was dicovered is the ancient theatre. At least it is at the moment.

Unfortunatley this is being restored very unsympathetically by replacing the original stonework with brand new. Its such a shame that the Greeks insist on this.

If you've been to the Acropolis in Athens recently you'll know what I mean. Its for you to decide whether you think this is a good thing, but for me it's little short of vandalism.
Written May 8, 2014
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Ainsley P
Acharnes, Greece7 contributions
Jul 2023 • Family
This is a great thing to see while in Milos. We combined it with a visit to the catacombs and Klima. If you’re a history buff it’s very interesting indeed. It is hot, and a bit of a walk- so if you have mobility issues give it a miss. Beautiful views
Written July 8, 2023
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globetrotter4989
Nijverdal, The Netherlands162 contributions
Aug 2022 • Family
Inspiring remains of an ancient Roman amfitheater in a glorious setting overlooking the sea and mountains. Rather exposed to the sun so better to not go in the middle of the day.
Written September 6, 2022
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