Milos Firopotamos beach

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General information

Firopotamos Beach in Milos is one of the finest shores on the island! An old fishing village that once was a summer resort for the residents of Plaka, the beach offers stunning blue colors along the horizon, paired with clear turquoise waters (with a touch of green)!

The shore features a mixture of sand and small pebbles, while it is also surrounded by large trees. A beach bar allows guests to purchase snacks and beverages. It is a semi-organized beach, providing a few sunbeds, too!

Entering the waters, you will encounter a soft, sandy seabed and some large rocks if you venture far into the sea. Moreover, in order to access this bay area, you need to descend a rock-built staircase, taking you directly to the shore. In addition, there are beautiful arch ruins above the beach area, a tourist spot ideal for picture-taking!

Hotels in Firopotamos

We have made a selection of the best hotels in Firopotamos.

Milinon (Boat House)

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Milinon Suites are located in Firopotamos, right by the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea. The suites have a minimal Cycladic design and a charming atmosphere, ensuring an amazing hosting experience with tranquility and great views.


Blu Intenso (Boat House)

Traditional Houses 

Blu Intenso Boathouse is a seafront lodge with wonderful views of Firopotamos. The boathouse is renovated and opens to a small pebbled beach. It is air-conditioned and features a bathroom and a well-equipped kitchen where you can prepare your food.



Traditional Houses 

For an opportunity to be right by the sea in Firopotamos, book your holiday in the beachfront Miramare Luxury Apartments and enjoy an amazing atmosphere of Cycladic beauty and luxury! It offers fully equipped apartments with a traditional interior design.


Firopotamos Map

Explore our interactive map of Firopotamos.


1 Review
  • ablutsauger 05 Oct 2015
    Excellent for seesighting
    Firopotamos looks great from the sea or from the above: its church, shape, typical houses a la Klima and many scattered boats. We did not swim there, so I cannot describe that experience.
    I would recommend you to visit it without any doubt, but I am not sure about swimming. I personally could not swim and sit on a place that has so many boats (fisherman place), because I have in my mind that it has to be at least a little dirty.