Milos is famous for its beautiful beaches. More than 70 in total, sandy or pebbly, with turquoise or blue waters, accessible by car or only by boat, organized or quiet, they will all fascinate you! Have a quick glance here.
Agia Kyriaki, is a beautiful white-sand beach with turquoise waters. Here you will find beach-bars, sea activities and a beach volley court. High above the beach rises the big crater of the volcano.
Paliochori, is one of the most famous beaches of the island, favored by both locals and visitors. It is covered by sand and pebbles of impressive colors and schemes that contribute to the blue and green shades of its crystal waters.
Reaching Tsigrado through the sandy pathway might not be an easy target. If you finally manage to get to the beach, you will feel rewarded by the view of this bay with emerald green waters surrounded by steep hills
Fyriplaka is a southern beach near Tsigrado. A long beach with fine sand and sharp, vertical, volcanic rocks in impressive colors. A beach-bar with recliners and sun umbrellas runs every summer on the main part of the beach.
Provatas is an ideal destination for families. A wide soft-sand beach with shallow waters and easy access from the main asphalt road.
Papafragas lies by the ruins of the prehistoric town of Phylakopi. A submerged cave enclosed by soft white rocks with deep blue waters and various small or big passage ways to the open sea.
Triades, as the name indicates is a beach trio on the western part of Milos. The scenery is bucolic, primitive and looks untouched. The road leads to the main beach with blond sand embraced by large rocks looking straight to the sunset. The other two are waiting for you to discover.
The North Coast is a very unique part of the island with white smooth rocks extending on its most part forming big sandy beaches or idyllic small coves. You may visit each of them separately or you may follow the interesting hiking route which starts at the ancient city of Phylakopi and reaches up to the picturesque settlement of Mandrakia.