Although it is one of the least known beaches on the island of Milos, it is certainly worth visiting. It is another of the gems on the north coast of Milos, though this one rarely gets the same crowds as other beaches in the area. This lovely beach is divided into two parts: the main and the inlet. The main one is a large beach of soft white sand, shallow, clear and inviting water, ideal for children and non-swimmers. A few meters away to the east, there is a small cove partially shaded by a cave with limited space to lay down but with very clear and inviting waters as well. This part is really small and a few people are enough to make it full. It is also the most attractive to look at and nice for swimming, cliff jumping and snorkeling.
Because of its northeast direction, the beach is exposed to the winds and the waves can be high. It is not organized and there are no facilities, so you will need to take your own food, water, and beach equipment. Alogomandra beach lies between Sarakiniko beach and Papafragas beach, fifteen-minute drive from Adamantas and Plaka. You can reach it by car or you can take the bus that goes to Pollonia which makes a stop near the beach. Alogomandra is a great spot to take some beautiful photos from inside the cave facing out towards the ocean as well as to enjoy a stunning sunset.
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