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Considered one of the most beautiful islands of Greece and beyond, Santorini is famous for the unicity of its beaches, all volcanic and different from each other because of the lava effect.

The most beautiful beaches of Santorini

Beaches with golden sand, rocky coves or volcanic sand beaches, there is something for everyone.


Our residence is located in the the north west of the island, in the area of Katharos where is possible to see the uncontaminated and wild Katharos beach.

Along the northwest coast, at the base of the crater in the village of Oia, lies the lovely beach of Amoudi Bay, a small picturesque bay discovered only in recent years. Characterized by magnificent crystalline and deep waters, ideal for those who want to immerse for discovering unexpected seabeds, the beach is dominated by the characteristic red rock of Santorini, which makes the landscape particularly spectacular. Located at the bottom of a rocky wall, it is reached by climbing a steep staircase of almost 300 steps or riding a mule.

Not far from Amoudi Bay is the beach of Armeni, ideal for those who are seeking total relaxation. Full of rocks and surrounded by a deep blue water, the beach can only be reached after walking more than 200 steps or by boat from Amoudi.

Moving northwards is also possible to visit the Koloumbos beach, the naturist beach of Santorini, immersed in a marvelous natural scenery, Paradise Beach and Baxedes beach, all sandy and perfect for those who want to spend quiet moments. 

Among the most beautiful and famous beaches of Santorini there is undoubtedly the Red Beach, so called because it has among its features the predominance of red. Located in the south of the island, not far from the village of Akrotiri, the beach is bathed by a beautiful and pleasant warm water and is enclosed in deep red reefs. It can be reached by boat or by an impervious path to be covered through a walking path that begins just after the parking lot.

Immediately after Red Beach there is Kambia Beach, a very quiet little beach formed by white pebbles that shine under the clear water of the shore. It can be reached by sea or through a dirt road and a steep descent. Not far from Kambia Beach is White Beach, so named for the spectacular white cliffs that surround it. The beach is small and can only be reached by sea or through an impervious path that cuts the mountain behind.

Near the lighthouse, on the extreme southern tip of the island there is the less known beach of Mesa Pigadia, a small bay covered with brown pebbles of large dimensions and bathed by clear and clean water. Also in the south of the island, in the area of Perivolos, is the beach of Vlychada, ideal for all those who are looking for a quiet corner to relax. The beach is a stretch of black sand mixed with pumice stone surrounded by high white cliffs.

Moving along the south-east coast of the island we find one of the most popular beaches of Santorini, the famous and wonderful beach of Perissa, a long stretch of black sand jagged by pebbles that stretches for several km. Here you can practice a wide range of water sports such as water skiing, wind-surfing and diving. Immediately after the beach of Perissa is the beautiful beach of Kamari, a dark colored coastline, with small pebbles and blacks that form the beach and the seabed.

Overlooked by Mesa Vouno, an imposing rock that emerges from the water, the beach stretches for about five kilometers and is washed by a bruised-looking sea due to the presence of a low sedimented seabed. Along the east coast there is also the beach of Monolithos, much quieter than the nearby Kamari. In spite of the volcanic origin of the island, it has a sandy beach of a lighter color than the others. The shallow water makes it perfect for families with children.

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