Milos Psathi beach

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General information

Located between Kipos and Gerontas beaches, Psathi Beach in Milos is a serene, secluded shore at the very southern point of Milos Island. It is a small beach with a rocky seashore and clear blue waters. The bay is unorganized, meaning that it has no facilities available, making it ideal for providing tranquility and relaxation! Lay on the pebble-filled shore or take a dive in its stone-filled seabed!

Since it is between two large cliffs and is reached through unpaved dirt roads, access to the shore may sometimes be tricky. Psathi Beach is also highly popular among kayak lovers, so you can always rent one and start a journey or relax by the beach and explore the numerous caves along its coast.

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1 Review
  • ablutsauger 15 Oct 2015
    Wild and not for staying
    I gave four stars exclusively for its appearance - wild beauty, sea caves, big rocks and wild waves.
    So, it's worth visiting for several minutes if it's on your way.
    However, have in mind you'll probably won't be able to sit or swim there. It's not pebbled beach, it's a wild thing, with bigger rocks with no possibility to sit there and enjoy and. More important, it can be very dangerous. Big waves in combination with those rocks in the water and you are a dead person.