Milatos cave is located at Lasithi, 3 km northeast of the village Milatos and is known for the historic events of 1823, where 3700 women and childs massacred by Hasan Pasha.

The cave is full of stalactites and stalagmites. With an overall length of 75 meters which continuously extends from recovery operations, consisting of several uneven rooms. It is also an important habitat for a large number of bats that find refuge here.

Burial findings and human bones inside the cave from the Neolithic and Minoan era shown the ancient funerary use of the cave.

In the depth of the cave there is an ossuary with bones of the victims of 1823, and a church dedicated to the Apostle Thomas where every year takes place liturgy in memory of the victims.