Platy Yaros Beach (Mykonos)

Mykonos has beautiful beaches that are hard to come by, but Platy Yaros Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches. With its golden sands as far as the eye can see, the stunning blue waters, and a wealth of entertainment venues, it’s especially popular with young families.

Agia Triada Beach (Thessaloniki)

Agia Triada Beach is beautiful as a beach as well, Thessaloniki perfect as a base for exploring the surrounding area. Refresh yourself with a walk along the coast in the morning and take a leisurely stroll through nearby villages such as Epanomi and Michaniona in the afternoon. At night, let’s go sightseeing in Thessaloniki. If you’re staying at Angelbay Bungalows, you can also enjoy dinner on the private beach.

Elafonisi Beach (Chania)

Golden sand, pink shells, turquoise waters … Elafonisi Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece. Its unique color contrast and natural beauty make it even more popular with travelers. It’s easiest to reach via Kisamos, but it’s also a good idea to stay at the nearby Elafonisi Resort.

Vouliagmeni (Athens)

Athens has many beaches, but Vouliagmeni is by far the most gorgeous. Despite the daily admission fee, the golden sands and aquamarine-colored ocean are beautifully colored, with private villas, tennis courts, and fine dining. If you want to enjoy this beautiful beach, stay at a boutique hotel on the beach, such as Somewhere Vouliagmeni.

Perissa’s Black Sand Beach (Santorini)

Perissa’s Black Sand Beach tells us that Santorini was formed by a volcanic eruption. Santorini also has red and white sand beaches made of cold lava, but Black Sand Beach is particularly warm. Stay at Sunhaus and you’ll reach the beach in less than a minute.

Radico Beach (Kalitea)

Radikobichi is, Faliraki is a small cove from the seaside resort 6 minutes by car, a distance of 40 minutes on foot. Surrounded by characteristic gray cliffs, green grass grows and the deep blue sea spreads out in front of you. Thanks to its terrain, you can enjoy the calm and beautiful beaches even when the pleasure boat is offshore. We recommend
Astronomy Studios, which has good access to both Radico Beach and Fariraki.

Kamari Beach (Santorini)

Another black sandy beach on Santorini, Kamari Beach, is next to Mesa Venault, the second tallest rock on the island. Mesa Venault is also a mountain with the remains of the ancient city of Thira, which was excavated in the 19th century. The ruins are open to tourists, but it can be a shame to leave the beautiful Kamari beach made of black pebbles. If you want to experience the unique history of Greece, we recommend staying at Villa Gambas for a few nights.

Agia Galini Beach (Rethymno)

Agia Garini Beach is popular for activities such as jet skiing and windsurfing, but thanks to its terrain, there are many spots where you can relax and sunbathe. At the eastern end of the beach is the mouth of the Platyspotamos River, where you can bathe in freshwater. If you’re looking for a quiet and peaceful place to stay, Kalliroe Apartments is a great place to stay, surrounded by olive and lemon trees and just an 8-minute walk from the beach.

Agios Procopios Beach (Naxos Island)

Naxos, south of the Aegean Sea, is the largest island in the Cyclades. There are many attractions such as mountains, olive trees, forests, and cliffs, but tourists are looking for beaches on this island. The sandy beaches of Agios Procopios Beach are golden and the clear waters are calm. The strong sea breeze is also blocked. We recommend Iliada Villas, which is just a 7-minute walk from the beach and has a great view of the sea.

Fariraki Beach (Rhodes)

Fariraki’s resort town is home to many different beaches, including Fariraki Beach, which is perfect for families, and the quiet coves of Katara. With golden sand, turquoise waters, and clear skies in the background, water skiing and surfing will make you feel great! For those who want to enjoy the view from the land, there are many restaurants with seafood restaurants and sun terraces. Enjoy the beautiful ocean for a few nights at Haven Beach, a 1-minute walk from the beach.