Welcome to Klima Bay, a collection of luxurious beachfront boutique houses located in the charming fishermen’s village of Klima on the idyllic island of Milos in Greece. Our houses offer the perfect blend of traditional Cycladic architecture and modern amenities, providing you with a truly unique and unforgettable experience.
Each house features panoramic views of the bay and the picturesque village of Klima, with private terraces and a garden for you to relax and unwind in. Inside, you’ll find comfortable and stylish furnishings, as well as fully equipped kitchens, for those who love to cook.
At Klima Bay, we are not just a destination; we are a commitment to sustainable living and a harmonious coexistence with the breathtaking natural beauty that surrounds us.
Our green concept is woven into the very fabric of the resort, pursuing our commitment that every aspect of your stay leaves the lightest ecological footprint possible.
Utilizing the island’s wind energy for power and solar energy for heating, our initiative underscores our commitment to reducing reliance on conventional energy sources, minimizing our carbon footprint, and preserving the natural splendor of Milos Island.
Klima Bay embraces the use of natural materials, creating a tranquil ambiance that is both opulent and environmentally conscious. From wood for our elegant furnishings to stone and sand elements that echo the island's geological wonders, every detail is a testament to our dedication to sustainable living without compromising on comfort and sophistication.
Experience a world where opulence and sustainability coalesce to redefine the essence of luxury travel.
Klima is a traditional Greek seaside village and a protected settlement with distinctive colourful houses known as “syrmata”, where the fishermen used to store their boats for the winter, matching their boat’s colour to their “syrma”. Its serene atmosphere will transport you back in time.
On the other hand, it is a perfect place from which to explore the island, with a variety of places of interest nearby. Its inhabitation goes back to around 1100 B.C., when it used to flourish as the harbour of Milos Island. The Early Christian Catacombs are situated right above it, as well as the Ancient Theatre and the site where the Venus De Milo statue was found, which can nowadays be admired at the Louvre Museum in Paris. The famous statue of Poseidon, which now adorns the Greek National Archaeological Museum in Athens was unearthed right next door to Klima Bay.