We don’t mean to state the obvious, but Greece is an amazing country, packed with many incredible places to see and things to do. And whether your travel plans involve partying in Mykonos, hiking in Zakynthos, or diving in Milos, a stopover in the incredible Greek capital is usually necessary.
Sarakiniko beach in Milos is perhaps the most treasured beach of the Cyclades Island group, which might sound curious once you learn that most of it is not a beach at all. That is, of course, until you see it – an otherworldly moonscape like that, surrounded by blue Aegean waters, was destined to doomed in thousands of travelers from the start.
The southernmost of the Cyclades islands, Milos has been overlooked for many years in favor of its fancier neighbors, Santorini and Mykonos. Surprisingly so, considering that Milos has one of the highest concentrations of white sand beaches in the Aegean sea and an abundance of picturesque villages and secreted coves.