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Research in Encoding And Decoding of
Neural Ensembles

Eliopoulos Conference Center
Milos, Greece
25–29 June 2024
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Recommended Activities

Mining Museum
open 10 AM - 2 PM, 6 PM - 9 PM (closed Mondays)
on main road in Adámas

Visit the Catacombs

Climb to Plaka Castle

Plaka is a short drive or bus ride from Adámas. From the main square, keep walking up and up, and up, and you will be rewarded with a marvelous view of the island. This climb has a large number of stairs, and in the summer heat can be challenging. There is no shade and no water available once you depart the plaza in Plaka.

Take a boat tour of the island

We are planning an optional boat tour of the island for the morning of 28 June 2024 for conference participants, but there are operators who can offer accompanying persons half or full-day excursions at any point. Boats are lined up at the marina's edge near the main square in Adámas.

Cooking classes at Avromilos Restaurant.

One of the highly-rated local restaurants offers bespoke cooking classes.

Pottery classes.

Main Beaches

The beaches on Milos are beautiful and varied. They appear on both on the inner bay and around the outside of the island. Below is summary information on a handful of beaches; details and photos are available at Greece Travel Ideas.

Arrays of lounges and umbrellas that appear on many beaches are available for rent. A short while after sitting down, someone will approach you and ask for payment, in cash. Typical rates are EUR 5 to 10 for the day.

Tsigrado Beach, not suitable for children
Firiplaka Beach, narow, pebbly, volcanic cliffs
Provatas Beach, can get crowded, family friendly
Sarakiniko Beach, small, most photographed
Papafragas Caves, stunning, tiny, not suitable for small children
Achivadolimni Beach, longest sandy beach on Milos, shallow, family friendly
Firopotamos Beach, small-pebbled beach, family-friendly, no restaurants
Paleochori Beach, most popular, watersports available
Agia Kyriaki Beach, sand and fine pebbles, no sun beds

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