Pollonia is the second port of the island. It is a tourist fisher's village and the place from which Milos is connected with the island of Kimolos opposite. One can get to Kimolos by a small ferry, a large fishing boat or by sea taxis.
It is a small, protected port with a sandy beach next to it, clean blue waters and thrift. There is also the picturesque peninsula of Pelekouda towards the north with tiny bays between wild rocks. Further down one will find the golden beaches of Polichroni in the eastern part.
The place has numerous tavernas, bars and cafés to offer.