Do you want to discover Greece’s unknown summer destinations? Just follow our steps.
- Voutoumi, Antipaxos
Very close to Paxos, at a distance of 5,5 miles, tourists can find the tiny island of Antipaxos. Voutoumi Beach in Antipaxos is one of the most beautiful in Greece and, of course, one of the best on the island. It is a magical coast with crystal clear blue-green waters, a clean beach with white sand combined with large white pebbles, and dense vegetation with cypress trees touching the shore—a miniature of the Caribbean.
- Karydi (Vourvourou), Chalkidiki
On the 2nd “leg” of Halkidiki, which is perhaps its most tourist-friendly part, you will encounter a magical landscape with turquoise waters. Karydi has fine sand, and the bay is closed by white rocks on both sides. The beach has no shops, only canteens for the basics. There are some trees that offer protection from the sun.
- Gomati, Limnos
It’s a large beach in length and width. The main characteristic of the beach is its fine sand. Also, the sea deepens smoothly, making it ideal for children. The beach is about 3-4 kilometers far from the village of Katalakko.
- Eftalou, Mytilini
Closely to Molyvos, on the east side, is Eftalou, a beautiful beach with large pebbles. The water deepens sharply. Eftalou Beach is known for its thermal healing springs high in natural radium.
- Mavra Volia, Chios
This beach is close to Emporeios, which is a magnificent port. There, tourists will find three consecutive bays with deep, dark waters due to the all-black pebbles of the beach. Here the volcanic landscape is enchanting, and if you don’t swim, you will definitely miss a unique experience.
- Voidokoilia, Messinia
The Voidokoilia beach is on the west side of Messinia, close to Pylos. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece, which impresses visitors with its round shape, golden sand, and turquoise waters. You can reach the beach by car following the Pylos-Gargalianon road, which passes through the small settlement of Gialova. At approximately 2.5 kilometers after the first houses of Gialova, you will turn right and follow the very narrow road that will lead you to the dunes of Voidokoilia.
- Simos, Elafonissos
This beach is part of Peloponnisos. At about 4 kilometers from Elafonissos village, tourists will find in the south the “twin” beaches of Simos (small beach) and Sarakiniko (larger beach). You can reach the beaches by car. However, there are boat itineraries from the old port of Elafonissos (Skala) during the summer. The main characteristics of the landscape are the fine golden sand, the shallow, blue-green waters, the sand dunes that reach up to 10 meters in height, and the cedar forest that spreads over a large area joining the two beaches.
- Kolona, Kythnos
Kolona is a spectacular beach with blue waters and golden sand. Visiting the region, you will find a 240 meters sandy beach that connects the island of Kythnos with the island of Agios Loukas. The strip of sand that joins the two lands resembles a column. That’s why the beach was named Kolona. Kolona in Greek means column. The sea washes both sides of the sand strip, resulting in two beaches with a common sandbank.
- Gria Spilia, Syros
The beach is located at Epano Meria and is surrounded by a green landscape. The beach is accessible either by boat from Kini, or on foot, following the path from the Kampos area.
- Kedros, Donousa
The beach was included in an article at Forbes some years ago as one of the best beaches in the world. It’s definitely heaven on earth. However, nowadays, it attracts many tourists and is not the quiet place that it used to be some years ago. Of course, the sand and the waters are of unique beauty.
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