The picturesque village of Firopotamos, Milos, is both a fishing port and a beach with amazing blue water. It is very small, with a couple of houses with "syrmata" - boat garages on the ground floor of the houses, just in front of the sea. The place is good for swimming, fishing and snorkeling around the rocks surrounding the beach.

At Firopotamos you can see the ruins of an ancient building (not known what it used to be) and a small church. There is one canteen operating on the beach in the summer.

highlights: picturesque fishing village with a beach, village in Milos, Cyclades Islands, Greece

Photos from Firopotamos
FiropotamosThe whole bay seen from the nearby hillsLate afternoonThe dolphin-horse statue protecting the churchView to the houses and the beach from the capeFiropotamosFiropotamosThe gate ruinKids swimming between the boatsThe beach as seen from the roadBlue sea, historical ruin, church, white houses, boats and beachThe crystal blue waters and a swimmerDark spots and few rocks scattared across the seaWall painting and taxi signGirl posing for a photoThe road to the beachBay and beach view from the churchFiropotamosThe ebach inthe early morning and no windThe beach and the village filmed in sunny and calm weather
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