Thiorichia Beach, roughly translated as “Sulfur Mines”, is a secluded and peaceful spot on the southeast coast of Milos with crystal-clear turquoise waters and stunning white cliffs and is a paradise for nature lovers and those seeking relaxation away from the hustle and bustle of crowded beaches. 

The beach is accessible by a short hike downhill, making it a bit more secluded and private compared to other beaches on the island. 

There are no facilities or restaurants nearby, so make sure to bring your own snacks and drinks. Additionally, it’s recommended to wear non-slip shoes as the path down to the beach can be steep and rocky.