Our suggested tours
Agia Kyriaki is a beautiful beach located on the southern side of Milos, about 12 km from Plaka village and 8 km from Adamas, the port of the island. Agia Kyriaki distinguishes for the lovely sand and the white pebbles along the waterside. This is among the most beautiful beaches in Milos, for the crystal waters and the wild rocky landscape.
Gerakas is an impressive spot with rocky geological formation. It is located on the southern side of Milos and can be reached only by boat. In fact, many excursion boats that make the tour of the island stop at Gerakas. The water is crystal and people can jump from the boat for a swim. The surrounding landscape is rocky and abrupt.
Tsigrado beach is many things: beautiful, secluded, dangerous, unique, and difficult to pronounce, just to name a few.
Nestled between cliffs on the southern coast of the island, Tsigrado is best known for the difficulty it takes to get to it. The process of climbing down is not for the faint of heart.
The exact steps of what to expect are listed below. Though it’s not for everyone, it’s worth the effort if you want to hang out on a secluded corner of Milos.
Right next to the lovely beach of Tsigrado lies the superb beach of Firiplaka. It is a long beach with silver sand and huge colored rocks forming its coastline. The waters in Firiplaka are really exotic: crystalline and shallow green-blue, they never fail to enchant anyone who had the chance to swim in them.
The beautiful beach of Provatas is located on the south-western side of Milos. Small hotels, good restaurants, and the beauty of the place are more than enough to attract many visitors every summer. Huge multi-colored rocks, golden sand, and limpid waters complete the superb image of Provatas.
I must confess that for many years I underestimated the beach at Gerontas. The comparatively long footpath didn’t seem to me to be worth the effort and in particular it seemed to be a winter’s tale. Gerontas had practically ceased to exist and simply had not roused my curiosity. The rumour was perfectly realistic since given the small scale of the beach, the surf in winter wouldn’t have to wash away all that much sand to completely destroy the beach. That happens occasionally here and there on Milos.
The cave of Sykia
The cave of Sykia is located on the west side of Milos and is a natural monument that leaves the visitor dazzled. What makes it special is that part of the roof has collapsed, creating a hole overlooking the sky. It is probable that the collapse occurred after an earthquake. A natural skylight was created by the fall letting the sun’s rays illuminate the interior of the cave and create beautiful colors.
This is a secluded beach on the western coast of the island. A track road leads to this cove, which actually consists of three small and sandy beaches. Triades is not organized at all and no tourist facilities are found close by. Sometimes in the evening it is affected by strong winds.
Agathia is a small beach on the north western side of Milos, accessible through a track road from Emporios. This beach is not organized and has no tourist facilities. The surrounding nature is wild, with short vegetation and low cliffs. The seabed is partly rocky and partly sandy and the water is clear.
Klima is the most picturesque fishing village of Milos and is really worth seeing. This very beautiful village is situated near Tripiti, on the side of the Gulf of Milos. The scenic beauty of Klima is due to its syrmata, the fishermen’s houses that are carved into the rocks and have bright coloured wooden doors. The sunset here is an amazing experience.
One of the many beaches on the Greek island of Milos is Firopatomos beach. Trees surround this beach. The canteen at this beach is a place where many young people hang out.
Sarakiniko Beach is arguable the most instagrammed beach in Greece and it’s the most popular beach on Milos Island – and as soon as you get there, it’s easy to see why. With the white rock formations and azure waters, it’s the perfect spot for kicking back and relaxing or exploring and being adventurous.
Kleftiko is an area in the southwest of Milos which is characterized by the existence of white cliffs and islands in the sea that extend in three consecutive coves. The rocks are of volcanic origin. The landscape was formed as a result of the erosion by the sea and the winds, which created cavities and caves in the rocks. pirate base against ships. Also the caves of the area were used as shelters in case of bad weather conditions.
In the small bay of Paliorema you can enjoy your swim on a beach with yellow pebbles and crystal clear waters, while your mind will travel through time, thanks to the ruins of the facilities of the old sulfur mines that operated until 1956.
The beach is one of the geological attractions of the island and you can observe wagons on their rails, old rusty tools and unused spare parts in the warehouse, while enjoying your swim in clear waters and wild mysterious landscape.