Its volcanic nature offers stunning rock formations and colorful terrain variations, accessible mainly through boat tours, will leave you speechless.

Milos Beaches


Gerakas Beach

Breath-taking, mind-blowing, jaw-dropping beach. A sensational sight when you reach by boat. Enjoy the pristine waters and sand.


Sikia (Cave) Beach

Essentially, a collapsed cenote with a beach. Simply spectacular. It's accessible only by sea, so it'd better be on your boat tour's itinerary.

An image showing huge cliffs, caves, and turquoise waters of Kleftiko.
photo: Zde / CC BY-SA 4.0
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Kleftiko Caves

The complex of small bays and grey-white volcanic rocks accessible by boat. You can enter the caves swimming and take outstanding pictures.

Red-brown rocky hills, turquoise-green waters, and blue sky in a very colorful picture of Thiorihia Beach.
photo: Zde / CC BY-SA 4.0
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Thiorichia Beach

The abandoned sulfur mine gives this beach its character. Enter at your own risk. Fantastic underwater world too. Accessible by sea, hiking or 4x4.


Agathia Beach

Snorkel at Agathia and enjoy a maybe unusual findings. Pristine nature on a gorgeous beach. Nudist friendly. Bring a parasol. Only for big cars.

People walking on limestone rocks and cliffs of Sarakiniko Beach on Milos island.
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Sarakiniko Beach

Sarakiniko is an outstanding beach with Melian rock formations made by volcanic activity. A photographic heaven, and a utopia for cliff divers.


Agios Ioannis Beach

Agios Ioannis has three remote, pristine beaches of ineffable beauty. Yellow and pink cliffs, blue sea, purity, and breathtaking sunsets.


Fyriplaka Beach

A beach with a cliff and huge boulder in the sea. Idyllic and suitable for kids, as the waters are relatively shallow. However, it gets crowded.

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Milos Attractions


Venetian Castle of Milos


Built by the Venetians in the 13th century to avoid pirate raids, it is located at the Plaka hill and blessed with spectacular sunsets.


Ancient Theater of Milos

Well-preserved theater initially built in the 3rd century BC and renovated later by the Romans. Visit in the evening aiming at a great sunset.


Venus of Milos Discovery Site

The great statue that is hosted in the Louvre Museum was discovered in 1820 by a Greek peasant at this spot. There is not much else to see here.

A picture of the Catacombs near the village Tripiti of the island of Milos.
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Catacombs of Milos

Early Christian monument - essentially the first Christian cemeteries and worship areas between the 1st and the 5th centuries AD.

Milos Why visit?

  • The Venus of Melos is hosted in the Louvre Museum.
  • Otherworldly landscape with colorful volcanic beaches.
  • Famous for Melian Dialogue, a Thucydidian Peloponnesian War chapter.