Just like the Triads, the beach of Ag. Ioannis consists of three (3) beaches. Two of them are easily accessible, the third is a little challenging, but worth it. The name was taken from the Monastery of Agios Ioannis Siderianos which is situated close to the beach.It is a dirt road but you will have no problem to get to the beach. The beach is not organized but usually crowded. Many prefer it also for free camping.
In the 13th century, the Venetians established their presence by building the Castle of Milos, on the hill, which is called Prophet Elias and is about 280 meters high. The Castle survived but was vandalized from soldiers and pirates during the decades.
Spilia Sykias The Cave of the Fig Tree in SW side of the island is unique because it hides inside a lovely beach. Also known as the Emerald Cave is an amazing part of the cave whose roof has collapsed resulting in the sunbeams that penetrate to create a unique spectacle consisting of thousands of colors.
Kipoi is a sandy beach and is located near Provatas and the Psathades and enjoys convenient road access. There is a restaurant and a small pier for diving, the only southern coast, from whence Kleftiko trips by boat twice a day and only make two stops: The Elder and Kleftiko, stopping hatred and one hour respectively.
Like almost all beaches in the west side of Milos, Agathia is very difficult to access by land because of a bad road, but is totally worth it especially if you are unable to visit the beach by boat. Its turquoise waters and the wide sandy beach are waiting to reward you for your effort.