Milos Beaches

Milos beaches

Beaches in Milos distinguish for their unique natural beauty and gorgeous water. The magnificent colours and the interesting rock formations of Milos beaches provide great places to spend a day at the sea. Most famous beach is Sarakiniko, a moonscape place with abrupt white rocks. Other amazing Milos beaches are Tsigrado, Paleochori, Agia Kyriaki and Firiplaka. You will find below a list with the best beaches in Milos island.

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Guide to 41 beaches

Discover our guide to 41 beautiful Milos beaches. They are all presented with detailed description, photos and their location on a map of Milos. For the most popular spots, we also provide information about sightseeing in the area, a selection of hotels and reviews.

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Location: 4 km east of Plaka
Description: Sarakiniko is the most famous and most photographed beach on Milos. The entire landscape formed by volcanic rocks makes a nice contrast with the deep blue colour of the sea.

Type: Pebbled, Non Organised

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    1 reviews   77 photos   

Location: 14 km south east of Plaka
Description: Tsigrado is a small cozy beach surrounded by huge cliffs. It has sandy coast and amazing water.

Type: Sandy, Non Organised, Secluded

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    1 reviews   150 photos   

Location: On the south western spot of the island
Description: Kleftiko is the most impressive spot on Milos. It is not accessible by car and can be reached only by excursion boats from Adamas.


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    2 reviews   106 photos   

Location: 15 km south east of Plaka
Description: Firiplaka is a small beach with soft sand. It has some tourist facilities and it is surrounded by huge rocks.

Type: Pebbled, Partly Organized

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    1 reviews   81 photos   

Location: 13 km south east of Plaka
Description: Paleochori is a popular tourist resort on the south eastern spot of Milos. Its organized beach and the amazing coastline make it very popular with visitors.

Type: Sandy, Family Friendly, Partly Organized, Party, Water sports

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    1 reviews   17 photos   

Location: 14 km south east of Plaka
Description: Agia Kiriaki is an organized beach with crystal water, located on the southern side of Milos.

Type: Pebbled, Partly Organized, Water sports

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    1 reviews   23 photos   

Location: 13 km south east of Plaka
Description: This is a popular beach on the southern side of Milos. Provatas has long sandy coastline and crystal water.

Type: Sandy, Family Friendly, Partly Organized

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    1 reviews   10 photos   

Location: On the southern side of the island
Description: Gerakas is an impressive spot on the southern side of Milos, reachable only by boat. It has crystal water and the surrounding is rocky.


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    1 reviews   127 photos   

Location: 3 km north of Plaka
Description: Firopotamos is one of the most picturesque beaches on Milos. Small and crystal, this beach is surrounded by some traditional buildings.

Type: Pebbled, Family Friendly, Partly Organized

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    1 reviews   9 photos   

Location: 11 km south of Plaka
Description: Achivadolimni is a beautiful sandy beach organized with umbrellas, sun beds and beach bars.

Type: Sandy, Partly Organized, Windsurfing


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