Experiences and activities that will be unforgettable.
eaches in Milos Greece stand out for their unique natural beauty and gorgeous water. The magnificent colors and the interesting rock formations of Milos beaches provide great places to spend a day at the sea. The most famous beach is Sarakiniko beach, a moonscape place with abrupt white rocks, an it is considered among the most impressive beaches in Greece.
Psaravolada Beach is a small private secluded beach. The hotel is located just on top of this beach from which the hotel owes its name.
The beach of Agia Kyriaki is one of the most popular beaches of Milos island. It is located 8 km away from Adamas and on the southeastern side of the island. It is a dirt road, but good enough. Watch out not to miss the road sign after Zephyria. The beach is organized, with umbrellas, sun beds and a fully equipped beach bar.
Paliochori is one of the beaches you should definitely visit for a swim. You will get there by following the paved road after Zephyria with you own car or with any of the local busses. The beach of the homonymous village extends over almost two (2) km and is divided into three smaller beaches of huge volcanic rocks in various shades of red.
The beach of Firiplaka is a fairly large beach, cut in half by a large rock (plate) which has been detached from the mountain. The first part of the beach is the one where you will find the beach bar and sunbeds, probably the second song on your own or with a camper company that has reached the other side of the beach.
Provatas is quite a large beach with goldenreddish sand and shallow waters, suitable for young children. The access to the beach is not an issue through the paved road. During the summer months you can also use the local busses from Adamas to get to this beach.
Tsigrado is a beach with fine white sand located on the south side of Milos between the beaches of Firiplaka and Gerakas. You reach to the beach by following the road to Firiplaka and just before you reach it turn left into a dirt road. At the end of the road lies the path that will bring you to Tsigrado.
In the southwest tip of Milos we come across the Kleftiko. Kleftiko is not a beach in its classical definition we all know, but it is a unique landscape that definitely needs a visit and why not also a swim. The area of Kleftiko is a cluster of impressive volcanic white rocks standing in the turquoise waters and white rocks.
On the west and to the south of Milos island you will find the cave of Sykia (Fig Tree). Access is only possible from the sea. If your boat is small you can get into the cave, if not you will have to anchor outside and swim. Years ago, the cave ceiling fell down probably due to an earthquake. The cave was named after the fig tree which stands near the roof opening.
Just like the Triads, the beach of Ag. Ioannis consists of three (3) beaches. Two of them are easily accessible, the third is a little challenging, but worth it. The name was taken from the Monastery of Agios Ioannis Siderianos which is situated close to the beach.It is a dirt road but you will have no problem to get to the beach. The beach is not organized but usually crowded. Many prefer it also for free camping.
Sarakiniko is a uniquely beautiful place to enjoy the sea and your swim. The landscape resembles to a lunar since it lacks any trace of vegetation and the volcanic rocks which have been formed are plain white. The name derives from the Saracene pirates who used this area as a base. The beach of the homonymous village extends over almost two (2) km and is divided into three smaller beaches of huge volcanic rocks in various shades of red.
Fyropotamos is a small village with a beautiful beach in north of Milos. The sandy beach is surrounded by trees offering natural shade but also features sun beds and umbrellas. On the right side of the beach you will face the settlement with the «sirmata» (wires), which are found in almost all the coastal settlements in Milos. The so called «wires» are small buildings with a large door in front of the sea, in which fisher boats were stored during the winter in order to be protected from storms.