More than 90 beaches adorn the island, a variety of platinum beaches to pebble bays encircled by white, red and black rocks. Every beach invites you to discover a different world with distinct colors and depths.


At the northern part of Milos is Klima, the most photographed fishing village on the island with colorful two-storey houses, the ‘syrmata’.
The graphic wires of Milos give a special color to the island. They are built next to each other inside the rock cavities. The fishermen used them to dry dock their boats.


The Rocks of Arkoudes are on the east side of the entrance of the Gulf of Milos to greet the visitors. It is a complex of volcanic rocks. The wind and the sea have sculpted these rocks into bears.


The Bay of Kalogries is at the northwest Milos, known as the pool of Milos, with turquoise calm waters. One of the best places for relaxation.


The Cave of Sykia is located in west Milos, designated as protected area (Natura 2000). It is a cave of unique natural beauty. The roof has fallen, leaving the sun illuminates the small hidden beach inside. The cave with emerald warm waters are a natural sculpture.


Kleftiko known as the lair of pirates where it got its name, is located in southwest Milos. It is a diverse set of white rocks with caves, arches and a lot of sea passages. A magical destination for snorkeling and exploration in the crystal clear waters.


The  beach of Gerakas is at the south Milos between the beaches of Tsigrado and Agia Kiriaki. A white sandy beach lengthwise of the cliffs. The height of the cliffs reaches 300 meters and the landscape is striking.


Tsigrado is one of the most beautiful beaches of southern Milos. An exotic beach with white sand, clear waters and small caves. The access to the beach is for the adventurous as a narrow gorge leading to α vertical staircase 10 meters high, is the only way to the beach shore from land.


On the south side of east Milos are the Thiorichia (Sulphur Mines), the oldest sulfur export business nationwide. The abandoned mine with the amphitheater buildings and the wagons on the rails create a beautiful landscape in an unusual environment for swimming. The sulfur and rust have painted the whole area of ​​sulfur mines even the beach, with bold brown, red and yellow colors.


On the southwest side of Polyaigos is one of the most beautiful beaches in Cyclades. A narrow bay with steep white cliffs and a small white sandy beach leading to the clearest blue waters you can see.


Cape Vani is the northern part of west Milos. The area was the bottom of a huge crater where gradually formed rocks rich in manganese. Briskly vertically volcanic rocks adorn the area, 80 meters height and deep, like cut by knife. At cape Vani are also the remains of manganese mines that operated there until 1920.