The cavern of Papafragas is a deep sea cave, where you can swim in green-blue waters between white-grey rocks leading to the open sea. The beach is small in size, surrounded by the gigantic, light-colored rocks and in order to get there you will have to go down a steep carving on the rock. In Byzantine times, it was used as a hide-out for pirates and it was named after the last Frank Pope who used the beach to protect his boat.
The Highlights of Milos Semi Private Day Tour
A special day tour to discover the incredible volcanic island of Milos, one of the most beautiful places on earth....