Polyaigos is a Cycladic island in the Aegean Sea. It is mainly a pasture that justifies the name of Polyaigos, from many goats. Beaches of the island are the beach of Panagia and the beach of Faros.
Polyaigos or Apolivos or Polovos is a Cycladic island of the Aegean Sea. It is 2 km southeast of Kimolos, 6.2 km east of Milos and 15 km southwest of Sifnos. The surface of Polyaigos is estimated at 18,146 sq. Km. while it has a coastline of 27 kilometers. On the island, which consists mainly of volcanic rocks as the neighboring Kimolos and Milos, there are hills with a height of 320-350 meters. In the eastern part of the island is Manolonissi and in the south are Kalogeri islets. Beaches of the island are the beach of Panagia and the beach of Faros.