As viewed from the sea, Trypiti looks as if it is part of Plaka. Both villages are very close to each other and both are built on high cliffs sloping into the sea. You can distinguish Trypiti by the old windmills on the top of it, as some of them are turned into luxury hotel apartments.
The houses and architecture of Trypiti are old and most of the streets are quite narrow. On the small square you will find just two benches overlooking the sea and a church. There are some famous taverns as well, and a limited number of accommodation options.
The colorful port of Klima, the ancient theater and the famous Catacombs of Milos are just below Trypiti.