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TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Milos, Agios Ioannis
 
 
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Milos, Paliorema
 
 
TYPE: Non-organised beach
Location: Milos, Pachena
 
 
TYPE: Non-organised beach
Location: Milos, Plathiena
 
 
TYPE: Sandy beach
Location: Milos, Alogomandra
 
 
TYPE: Family friendly
Location: Milos, Lagadas
 
 
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Milos, Gerakas
 
 
TYPE: Organised beach
Location: Milos, Agia Kyriaki
 
 

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Swim in Milos

Milos Beach Guide

Milos Island is endowed with some of the most magnificent beaches in the Cyclades complex in Greece. With more than 70 beaches and crystalline topaz waters stretching along its volcanic coastline, Milos Island is the perfect beach getaway for serenity and seclusion amidst the Aegean Sea. Cycladia offers an indispensable Milos Beach Guide suggesting some of the best beaches in Milos such as the distinctive lunar-like Sarakiniko Beach, the stunning Papafragas Beach with the color changing waters and Tsigrado beach, well-known for its spectacular natural splendor.

Cycladia’s comprehensive guide, boasting a detailed map of Milos beaches, allows visitors to quickly and easily discover some of the best beaches in Milos and choose amidst a wide range of remote, cosmopolitan and secluded spots for swimming, sunbathing and snorkeling.

The best beaches in Milos, Cyclades

Cycladia’s beach guide for Milos Island offers extensive information regarding some of the best beaches in Milos and also features a useful map of Milos beaches outlining the island’s coast. The list will help travelers determine which beach fits their ideal vacation with the detailed descriptions and “Best For” highlight.

Do not miss the matchless Sarakiniko beach, the cave sheltered Papafragas beach and the exceptional Tsigrado beach or Arkoudes beach, only four of the best beaches in Milos and among the most unique beaches in all Cyclades, Greece.