Turquoise beaches, soft sand, and coral reefs? In Rhodes, everything is about summer and relaxation. The island’s climate is perfect for the best holidays. The sea is lukewarm and the water is incredibly clear. Leave the worries of life behind you and relax! In the following, we will show which are the 30 best beaches […]
You will find a beach almost every meter of the Paros coast. The bustling coastline of the island hosts many hidden or popular beaches. You will not find two identical beaches, their variety is impressive. There are rocky, sandy, gravelly beaches. There are places where you can be alone while the other is where you […]
The island of Mykonos is one of the most beautiful members of the Cyclades. There are great beaches in its shores, surrounded by bays. The Aegean Sea is incredibly clear; the water is 25–28°C in the protected areas. Thanks to its diverse terrain, you can find sandy, pebbly and rocky beaches as well. You can […]
The most important part of a true Mediterranean holiday is the beach. On hot summer days, there is nothing better than taking a dip in the clear blue waters of the sea. The Attic Peninsula and the area around Lavrion abound in beautiful bays. The best beaches in Lavrion? Let us introduce you some of them to make your choice easier!
The island of Kos is a real gem on the Aegean Sea. Awe-inspiring bays, verdant mountain slopes and ancient wonders await visitors. The water is pristine and it sparkles in all different shades of blue. The sea boasts rich marine life and the land is also populated by rare animal species.
The Santorini beaches are not the typical wide, sandy beaches. Rather, imagine wild coastlines, hiding under the shades of cliff walls, covered in volcanic rocks. Mostly black or red sandy beaches welcome tourists. However, they are well-equipped, with far better services than other Greek islands offer. In this article, you can read about the 16 most beautiful beaches in Santorini!
Milos is a horseshoe-shaped island in the southern part of the Aegean Sea, a hundred kilometres to the north from Crete. Its territory is relatively small, around 160 square miles. Despite its size, there are over 75 beaches in its shores. It is an island of volcanic origin, so its terrain is really diverse.
There are millions of attractions in the Greek capital. In addition to historical sites, countless entertainment venues make the city both modern and romantic. You can see just as many crowded streets, squares and colourful shop windows as small, narrow alleyways. Aside from being very diverse, Athens boasts spectacular beaches as well. Upon leaving the city centre behind we will find bigger and more beautiful beaches.
Greece is known for its beautiful beaches all over the world. They can be found along the Aegean Sea in an extremely large number of places. Each waterfront offers something special. Better and better beaches are close to each other, where the quality of water and the cleanliness of the beach is good. Most of the coastline lies in bays between the mountains, with snow-white pebble and dazzling blue water. The Mediterranean vegetation is green even in the largest summer heat.