The publications praising the Greek islands continue unabated, with Paros and Milos to gain international recognition from authoritative foreign travel media. Significant is the report on the two islands by the fstoppers association website based in America which aims to educate and inspire photographers, videographers and creative professionals. Started in 2010 by founders Patrick Hall and Lee Morris, it has grown into one of the leading resources for photography lighting, gear reviews, behind-the-scenes pro tips and industry news.

Today the site reaches over 1.5 million photographers and averages around 6 million page views per month. Fstoppers has been featured on NPR, The Huffington Post, Resource Magazine, Mashable, Gizmodo, Tech Crunch,, Facebook Business, Vimeo Staff Picks, Adobe, Life Hacker, ABC News, BuzzFeed and many other top industry news outlets.

The journalist of the medium Michael Breitung visited Greek areas, including the two Cycladic islands praising the landscape of Naoussa in Paros at sunset, as well as the colorful cliffs of Milos. His reports were accompanied by enchanting photos of the destinations.

Kleftiko of Milos also “stole” the heart of the journalist of the travel website The Travel, who ranked it in the second row of the most beautiful beaches in Greece, mentioning that it is ideal for swimming and snorkeling, thanks to the crystal clear waters and the abundance of marine life. of life.