One of Evia’s and perhaps Greece’s best kept secrets is this spectacular beach found virtually hidden between the cliffs along the Aegean coast between the villages of Glyfada and Agia Eirini.
It’s accessible by car, though the last few kilometres can be rough. Due to its unique location among the rocks, this beach only receives sunlight for around 6 hours during the summer, from around 12 – 6 pm. With no amenities for miles, swimmers will need to bring water and food if they plan on staying for a significant amount of time. And you won’t be the only ones, as the beach usually has a few free campers on site.