The small beach and the cave of Sykia, on the west side of Milos, leaves the visitor dazzled by the majesty of nature in front of him.

What characterizes it and makes it particularly special is the fact that part of the roof of the sea cave has collapsed over the years, creating a “hole” overlooking the sky.

Inside, it hides a very small beach with pebbles, stones and crystal clear waters. The name is due, according to many, the fact that very close to the opening of the roof is a fig tree.

Sykia is accessible only by sea, tourist boats make routes here in combination with Kleftiko, one of the most important attractions of Milos.