Trypiti, Milos - A quaint village with windmills, sugar-cube houses, and centuries-old history at its foothills.

Near the ancient city, Trypiti is named after the several holes (trypes) used in antiquity as ancient or early Christian tombs, and now used mainly for storage. On a hill to the northeast there are half a dozen ancient windmills, abandoned when diesel motors proved more efficient in milling grains, and now used as summer vacation rentals. Trypiti features a bus stop, a couple of cafés and three restaurants.