Today we'll travel to the island of Polyaigos - an uninhabited island in the Cyclades whose name means "many goats" as they are the only inhabitants of this beautiful place. Being uninhabited means there is natural beauty aplenty to be found here with perfect beaches, stunning, hilly landscapes. You'll stop for a spot of swimming in the clear blue waters and lap up the sun on the beach before we carry on sailing to the island of Milos. Milos is a lovely volcanic island known as the 'Island of Colours', due to the many tones of its coastline and buildings, as well as for being the home of the Venus de Milo, which is now found in the Louvre. You'll be able to explore the town of Chora and have a swim around the many unique rock formations that are found here.