Santorini has many beautiful volcanic beaches with sparkling blue water and skies, which carry thousands of tourists each summer. The preferred beaches supply a variety of points of interest and amenities: something for everyone.
Paradisos Beach is located on the northern tip of the island, below Oia. It is a massive, organized beach with clear water, black sand, pebbles and a backdrop of chiseled pumice rock. It is good for families with children since the waters are shallow, which is uncommon for Santorini. A canteen and a number of other eating places and tavernas close by serve lunch. Sun beds and umbrellas are available for hire.
Vourvoulos Beach is situated on the East coast of the island, south of Xiropigado Beach. It’s an organized beach with a small harbor, umbrellas, a small wooden playground, altering rooms and a restaurant. The road is lined with beach trees providing shade. The beach consists of a combination of sand and pebbles, with clear blue water. While it’s popular, it is one the least crowded organized beaches on the island.
Monolithos Beach is positioned on the East coast of the island, south of Karterados Beach. Monolithos is a really long, quiet, family pleasant, properly organized beach with black sand, shallow waters and a sandy sea bottom. It is vitally good for swimming, and a life guard is on duty. Part of the longest continuous stretch of beach on the island, it continues to Kamari beach and additional to Perissa beach. Organized actions include beach volleyball, basketball, football and a playground. There are fish eating places and traditional tavernas, changing rooms, showers and public toilets. Trees at the back of beach provide shade.
Kamari Beach is situated on the southeast coast of Santorini, north of Perissa. It is one of the hottest beaches of the island, and has been awarded the Blue Flag. The lengthy beach connects with Perissa to the South, with the spectacular mountain of Mesa Vouno and the archaeological settlement of Historical Thira between them. It has deep, clear water, black sand, and there’s a lifeguard on duty. The beach is organized, with sunbeds, umbrellas, water sports and diving. A paved pedestrian promenade runs parallel to the beach, offering a spot for strolling and shopping. Kamari provides quite a few cafes, bars, eating places, shops and supermarkets, in addition to a lively nightlife. The realm landscape is beautiful, particularly at evening, when Mesa Vouno is lighted.
Perissa Beach is positioned on the southeast coast of Santorini, below the village of Emporio. Perissa is a very talked-about beach resort that has been awarded the Blue Flag. It has an impressively long, black sand beach, with a view of the mountain of Mesa Vouno and the archaeological settlement of Historic Thira. The water is evident with a sandy sea bottom and some occasional submerged rocks. The beach is effectively organized with sunbeds, umbrellas, restaurants, taverns, cafes, bars, memento shops and a life guard. The realm panorama is gorgeous, particularly at night time, when Mesa Vouno is lighted. Two diving schools, a water park and a natural mountain climbing wall offer other actions nearby.
Perivolos Beach is situated on the southeast coast of Santorini, below the village of Emporio. It’s a long, black sand resort beach with deep blue waters and a sandy sea bottom related to Perissa beach and Agios Georgios Beach. The beach area is naturally protected from the summer season North Winds, which can adversely have an effect on other beaches on the island. It’s properly organized with life guards, sunbeds, umbrellas, restaurants, taverns, cafes, bars, supermarkets, showers, public bathrooms and a playground. Numerous beach bars enjoying club music, DJ guest appearances, volley ball tournaments and particular occasions creates an experience of Santorini nightlife by day. There are also many water sports facilities close by featuring windsurfing, scuba diving and jet skiing.
Agios Georgios is located at the southern tip of SANTORINI DAY TOURS, half a kilometer from Perivolos Beach. It is a large, sandy organized beach. It is more quiet than close by Perissa and Perivolos Beaches, and the water is more shallow. A few small tavernas offer lunch. Sun beds and umbrellas are available for rental, and there are numerous alternatives for water sports akin to jet skiing, scuba diving, windsurfing, paddleboats and banana boats.
Vlychada is located on the southern tip of Santorini. It is a quiet, organized beach with black sand and a shocking backdrop of wind eroded beach cliffs resembling the surface of the moon. Regardless of its popularity, it usually feels uncrowded and even secluded, because the beach offers ample house to spread out. Nudists tend to favor the far end of the beach. A close-by marina for moors private yachts and can be dwelling to Santorini’s Sailing & Yachting Center. Umbrellas and sunbeds will be rented, however only close to the beginning of the beach. There is a canteen and a few tavernas near the harbor, but it’s endorsed to bring supplies with you, because the beach is long.