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Modern Greece but it is also a country with a large lacy coastline and thousands of beautiful beaches. Welcome then to the most updated guide beaches. Here you will find all the information you need to visit and stay in a Greek beach: detailed maps, coordinates, hotels, apartments, camping, beach bars, restaurants ...
Beaches friendly to nudists
Exceptionally beautiful beaches
103 km south of Thessaloniki and the western side of the Kassandra peninsula lies the beach Posseidiou. This is a very special beach whose overall length exceeds 2 km. In fact it is a huge sandy peninsula which can be accessed only by 4x4,otherwise you need to leave the car at the beginning and continueon foot.
North Platanitsi 26 km south of Vourvourou there is a cluster of small beaches in a coastline which is over 2km. This relief landscape of unparallel beauty looks like an open-air market of sculpture exhibition which in conjunction with the amazing turquoise waters and the view to Mount Athos compensates the visitor who has been afflicted through the bushes and the rocks in order to find these beaches.
About 23km south of Vourvourou there is a cluster of small beaches in a coastline which is over 5km. These beaches are also known as Kavourotripes (=crab-holes). There is not any road sign, so while you are on the main road of Sithonia pay attention to the sign ‘Beach Bar Portokali’.
East of Vourvourou and behind the right edge that closes its bay, there are two amazing beaches, separated by a rocky nose.
East of Vourvourou and behind the right edge that closes its bay, there are two amazing beaches, separated by a rocky nose. There are beautiful green and blue waters with sand and some pebbles which surround the rock reliefs. The access is feasible either by going parallel to the beach of Vourvourou nd east or bypassing Vourvourou from the central street and turning left at about 500 meters.
Inside the bay of Ierissos and about 3 km northern of its beach, there is the beach Kakoudia. It is about a beach of 1 km long with its main characteristic some relief rocks whicn adorn its waters and sand.
Towards the mastihohoria and Pyrgi, you can combine your bathroom in one of the most famous and popular beaches of the island, that of Emporio, Mavra volia. In fact it is three consecutive beaches separated by high cliffs and located 5 km south of the tower, which is the port.
The Giola is not a beach but a natural pool at the edge of a cliff. You will find the 2nd km between Astris and Aliki. But I have to leave the car on the main road and walk into a difficult path for 700 meters.
On the northwest edge of Chania is a peninsula Gramvousa elongated and uninhabited but exceptional beauty. On the northwest side of the peninsula, the beach of Balos. Characterized one of the most beautiful beaches of Crete and for good reason as it is a sandy area that leads to an island with very fine sand, shallow waters and gorgeous turquoise waters passing beautiful shades depending on the time of day.
Navagio Beach, in Zakynthos, is a sinking ship that washed ashore on a secluded beach in the island, and today is one of the most interesting sights. Until then, the beach was called Agios Georgios.
Porto Katsiki is one of the most famous beaches of Lefkas and Greece. Located in the south-west part of the island, overlooking the Ionian Sea. The turquoise waters of the bay leave indelible memories in every visitor.
One of the most photographed and stunning beaches of the island of Milos and Greece are Sarakiniko took its name from the Saracens pirates. Located on the north side of the island facing the islands of Kimolos and Sifnos.
Voidokilia Beach is a popular beach in Messinia in the Mediterranean area. In the shape of the Greek letter omega (Ω), its sand forms a semicircular strip of dunes. The land facing side of the strip of dunes is Gialova Lagoon (or Yalova Lagoon), and important bird habitat.
Close to the archaeological site of Akrotiri and about 8 km south of Fira lies the Red beach in Santorini. Access by car to a point (parking) and then walking (uphill-downhill) or by boat from Akrotiri.