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Livadi

Livadi is a small quiet and calm beach on the south coast of Thassos close to Giola. It's mainly coarse sand with stones mixed in, there’s also some rocks around the cliffs at the ends and some larger stones at the rear of the beach.

Makryammos

Makryammos is a gorgeous sandy beach on the north coast of Thassos, it's a private beach operated by the 4 star Makryammos bungalows complex which offers stunning modern accommodation with sea views set in the pine forests behind the beach.

Glyfoneri

Glyfoneri is a small picturesque beach surrounded by hills that are covered in pine trees, the trees offer shelter and shade for long periods of the day so it’s probably not ideal for sun worshippers but for those that prefer to keep cool it’s perfect.

Glyfada

Glyfada is a long but narrow semi private beach on the north coast of Thassos. Although not strictly private it's pretty much only visited by those staying in the Glyfada hotel that's right on the beach which means it remains fairly quiet throughout the year.

Glikadi

The rustic beach consists of soft, fine sand, a shallow entrance to the sea and some rocks around the edges. There’s no sunbeds, no taverna and definitely no music or water sports. It’s great for kids as they can play in the sand or paddle in the shallow waters.

Atspas

Atspas is a small beach close to Skala Maries on the south west corner of Thassos. It has gorgeous soft sand and rocky scenery. The sea stays incredibly shallow for a long way out so it's the perfect place for kids to splash about and play in the water.

Astris

Astris is a sand beach located on the south coast of Thassos it's a decent size, roughly 260m long and 30m at it's widest point so you should be able to find a bit of space for yourself, even though it's pretty popular in the summer months.

Arsanas

Arsanas is a small beach on the south coast of Thassos. Arsanas beach is mainly sand with some stones and pebbles around the edges. Getting to the beach is not simple as the road to the beach is a bit rough and it doesn't lead all the way down.

Aliki

Aliki is actually a 3 for 1 deal as there are a pair of beaches back to back and an archaeological site too. The main one that you come to first is just 250m long and very narrow, it has a selection of tavernas at the rear, most of which offer free sun loungers.

Alexandra

Alexandra beach is a little over 300m long, it has coarse sand, shingle and pebbles under foot. well organised with 4 or 5 rows of sun loungers covering part of the beach as well as some luxury loungers available to hire.

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