This small sandy beach, right by the port, has a few loungers and umbrellas. You can spend a few hours here, checking out the small ferries connecting Kimolos with Milos.
While many people visit Kimolos on a day trip from Milos, there is nothing stopping you doing the opposite. With that said, you’d definitely struggle to choose what to do in Milos in only one day!
As Psathi is the port town, you will find a few rooms to let, as well as cafes, restaurants and travel agencies.
Prassa, also known as Agios Georgios, is one of the most popular beaches in Kimolos. It is very picturesque, with coarse white sand and clear turquoise water. It’s one of the few beaches on Kimolos with a beach bar, loungers and umbrellas.
On the south side, near a concrete pier, you can find some thermal waters. Not that you’ll need them on a hot summer’s day!
Despite its natural beauty, we didn’t find Prassa beach very relaxing. There is a mining area nearby and large trucks go up and down the road, so there is lots of noise and dust.
Regardless, it’s worth coming here for a couple of hours, and that amazing blue water is extremely photogenic. You can also swim to the nearby islet, Prassonisi – just be aware of any boats going around. And if you are lucky, who knows – you might come across a Monachus Monachus seal.