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It is a beautiful beach laying on the Northwestern edge of the island. There, are found some little summer houses inhabited until a few years ago by local fishermen, as well as the smaller constructions on the beach called “syrmata” where fishermen used to drag and store their boats. The beach consists of sand and partly of pebbles. A few trees will provide shade to those who will get under first!
A gorgeous beach with lovely waters, rich underwater scenery for diving lovers and a little cave on the left side of the beach. Unfortunatelly, it is small so try setling there early before it is full.
Marvelous turquoise waters, whitest pebbles and flat limestones around the beach. Often, those flatstones are for many the best place to rest and sunbath.
One of the most beautiful places to swim! With crystal-clear blue waters and natural beauty that has not been tarnished by Man. The only way to get here and swim is this excursion. Usually lunch here is served on the boat.
This beach -adored by lots of visitors- lays on the South side of the island. It consists of sand and pebbles and several trees for shade and relax. There are two tavernas where you can have a meal and the picturesque Church of Agios Nikolaos just a few metres above the little dock.
The beloved of many. The longest and nicest beach of the island with tiny pebbles and azure crystalline waters! Swimming here gives a unique sensation due to open sea currents that make these waters crystal clear and chilly. The name derives from the long islet that lays just opposite and looks like the “katergo”, a galley moved by Convicts.
No words can describe the waters here! Pictures will help you see the delightful emerald colour. As it is on the Northern side of the island make sure there isn’t a minimum of northern wind before you visit.
In this short stop (weather permiting) you will be given information on this great cavern, while you will be free to observe and / or shooting its big opening located several meters above the sea level. The cave is protected by the Greek Archaeological Service and is not visited.
Cave of Georgitsi
At the end of this magnificent excursion, there is a stop for 10 'in Georgitsis cave. It is a seaside cave with shallow depths and lovely blue waters. The boat enters as far as possible and gives you a beautiful spectacle. At the same time, enjoy a traditional dessert served with raki, closing past the day!
“Hohlidia” in local dialect means pebbles. Although it lays in the bay of Karavostasis next to the island’s port, the beach is definitely suitable for swimming and can be crowded mostly by families. Also, there are some trees offering precious shade.
Agios Nikolaos (κολπίσκος)
The ruins of the old homonymous church that once existed here are now barely visible, atop the steep cliff that meets the deep blue waters of this bay. Do not think twice before diving, since you will not get another chance, as there is no other way to access this place.