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7 beaches in Greece you should visit before you die

Chios ● Crete ● Folegandros ● kos ● milos ● Skiathos ● Tinos ● 10 October 2018
 

We gathered for you some off-the-beaten-path beaches on islands in the Aegean Sea, which you may not know. Majestic landscape will impress you on these beaches for demanding travelers.

 Kolympithra, Tinos, Cyclades

On the beach of Kolympithra in Tinos, you will enjoy the original taste of the Aegean summer. Facing the north Aegean Sea, home of the famous strong wind “meltemi”, it is a beach ideal for wind-sports lovers as well as for those seeking an impressive landscape away from mass tourism.

Kolympithra

 Katergo, Folegandros, Cyclades

Folegandros seems to be content with nothing else than the absolute light blue. You realize it when you visit the unique Katergo Beach with the steep cliffs giving an imposing feeling. But don't stay only there, there is more! Keep going, swim in Livadi, Agios Nikolaos, Livadaki and Serfiotiko, and you will be charmed!

Katergo

 Cavo Paradiso, Kos, Dodecanese

Its name is a reminiscent of its heavenly atmosphere. As soon as you look at it, you understand why it was given this name. A well-hidden beach, Cavo Paradiso is a paradise on earth, ideal for relaxation. It has golden sand and pristine waters in a rough natural beauty.


 Mavra Volia, Chios, Northern Aegean

Black is fascinating, when it comes to beaches. Mavra Volia is a unique beach, where the volcano has left its marks. The explosion of Psaronas volcano in antiquity has coloured the round, shiny beach pebbles, which reflect on the blue of the crystal sea.

Mavra Volia

 Sarakiniko, Milos, Cyclades

Sarakiniko could have been a scene from a fiction movie. It looks like a lunar landscape, and it has no vegetation. The contrast of the white rocks with the deep blue waters will thrill you. This masterpiece of abstract landscape took its name by the Saracen pirates that used it as a base.

Sarakiniko

 Lalaria, Skiathos, Sporades

Huge sheer rocks and white pebbles create this beach, which took its name by the Greek name of these pebbles. The endless verdant coast and the green waters create a unique picture, where you can go by boat from the old port in Skiathos.

Lalaria

 Balos Lagoon, Crete

The famous lagoon is known for its wild natural beauty and the exotic scenery that make you feel like swimming in the Bahamas. It is one of the most photographed beaches in the world, and it is located in northwestern Crete, near Chania. There are spots where the sand is white with pink shades, what is left of crushed shells. The area is part of the natura network, featuring rare species of flora and fauna.

Balos Lagoon

Where to Stay

Hotel in Chalkidiki, Greece Hotel Petunia
Hotel Petunia
Neos Marmaras, 63081 Chalkidiki, Greece

A family-run Hotel Petunia is located within 200 m from the beach in Neos Marmaras town and a 10-minute walk from the long sandy beach of Neos Marmaras. The lively city of Thessaloniki is at 121 km and Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia is 107 km away from the property.

Hotel in Rethymno, Greece Rethymno Hills
Rethymno Hills
15, Vogiatzaki Str., 74100 Rethymno, Greece

Rethymno Hills is located in a quiet area, a 9-minute walk from the beach. The centre of Rethymno town is approximately 2 km away.

Hotel in Mykonos, Greece Thomas Hotel
Thomas Hotel
Drakouri Area, 84600 Mykonos, Greece

Thomas Hotel is situated 2.5 km away from Mykonos town in Drakouri area. The main port of Mykonos is 3 km away while the airport is at 3.5 km.#


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