If you want to feel like you’re the only person on the island, head to Kalami beach. Accessible from Virgin Mary of the Orphan monastery, it features stark white pebbles and light green waters.
Close to a canyon, this beach is known for its rugged landscape, huge boulders and wide stretches of sand.
Bright-red pebbles make this stunning beach unique.
Shallow waters and a sandy beach make this ideal for everyone. Visit the Nordland shipwreck here.
A pebbled beach with deep-blue, crystal-clear waters offers a unique sight – rocks that look like Swiss cheese. If you continue swimming, you can access the next bay as well.
This is another beach that offers perfect privacy. It’s small and quiet and you’ll have your choice of sand or pebbles.
When you’re done exploring Moudari Lighthouse, take a dip in the sparkling waters of St. Nicholas beach.
This isolated beach combines a pebbled and sandy shore.
Combine cave exploration with swimming at this gorgeous beach. Make sure you go at sunset and you’ll be impressed.
Visit the beach where Helen of Troy and Paris first met and fell in love. Fine sand and beautiful blue water will invite you in for a refreshing dip.