In short, the beach of Kastanas can be characterized by two words - isolated and colorful. Being on the northeast shore of Milos, it is away from villages and main roads, in the area of a large quarry complex. It has no sand but small colorful pebbles and even more colorful rocks in red, orange and violet hues. As you can guess, there are no facilities and although there are some signboards near the quarries, would be better to use the GPS coordinates in order to get there.

highlights: an isolated beach with colorful pebbles, beach in Milos, Cyclades Islands, Greece

Orange red rocksTourist taking photo of the colorful pebble sandThe colorful rock wallsThe beach of the colorsVivid blue water and colorful rocksThe colorful beach rock wallKastanasKastanasKastanasGiant colorful pits are dug in the surrounding areaThe pebble of colorsKastanasThe parkingDangerous parking space if wetVideo from the beach (reduced colors)Video from the beach (vivid colors)
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Kastanas photo gallery