Adamas ( Milos ), the name means diamond, is the port of the island, is built in the safe haven of a bay and is considered one of the largest natural harbors in the Mediterranean.
The village was built in 1835 by Cretans or more precisely Sfakiots, who fled to the island after a failed uprising against the Turks. It is built in the traditional Cycladic architectural style. From the attractions in the area, it is worth visiting the church of the Holy Trinity, founded in the 17th century which stands out for its unique architecture and rare icons available. The nearby beaches are Lagada and Papikinou beach which has been awarded the Blue Flag and both are beautiful sandy with crystal clear waters.