Sarakinko is an area with one of the most impressive landscapes of Milos, located on the northeastern part of the island. People claim the landscape to look like the moonscape because of the wild, vulcanic rock formations and no vegetation around. The rocks eroded by time with the salt water and have created amazing caves and lagoons. There is a small, peaceful beach at Sarakiniko but most of all you visit the area because of the beautiful rocks and crystalclear water which make the area great for swimming and snorkeling. If you go snorkeling don't miss to explore the shipwreck close by. The ship crashed into the rocks during a storm in 2003. Sarakiniko is a very picturesque area with the entirely white rocks shining bright next to the deepblue water. The place is named after the Saracene pirates who used the place as a base. The beach is not organized.