Milos Achivadolimni beach

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General information

Located in the middle of Milos Bay, Achivadolimni (or Chivadolimni) Beach in Milos is one of the longest shores on the island. Its name literally means clam lake, and it was inspired by a small lake located nearby, the only one on Milos. In the lake, guests can observe an array of different marine life species living in its waters.

The beach showcases sparkling golden sand and fairly shallow crystal-clear waters, making it ideal for families with young children. It is also one of the best places for windsurfing and kitesurfing, as it is vulnerable to northern winds that create high waves during certain times of the year.

Achivadolimni is partly organized, so visitors will find a tavern, a beach bar, umbrellas, and sunbeds to rent. However, those who prefer a calmer and more private environment can walk to the other side of the beach, where no facilities have been installed. Additionally, there are a few trees providing shade, where swimmers can place their belongings and relax. It is easily accessible by car and bus, while parking space is available close by.

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1 Review
  • ablutsauger 05 Oct 2015
    Love it
    Achivadolimni was the only beach we visited two times.
    I warmly recommend it, although it may not have some colourful rocks or other unique feature.
    The beach is huge, very huge, so there is space for everyone and you'll still be in peace.
    It's clean, the sand is nice.
    One part of the beach has facilities and the part closer to Adamas is peaceful, with nice rocks behind.
    The seabed is very tame- sand, not one kilometer deep two steps from the coast.
    The water was one of the warmest, clean and tame.
    In front of you, you can see Plaka, right Adamas, and on the left nice hill composition (on three levels).
    Real enjoyment!