Thassos Beaches

Thassos Beach Map

Thassos Beaches

Thassos has some of the best sandy beaches of any of the Greek islands, Golden beach is an extremely long stretch of gorgeous soft sand on the east coast with hundreds of umbrellas and sunbeds as well as dozens of beach bars and shops lining the rear of the beach and multiple water sports vendors. If you’re looking for the perfect tourist beach this is a superb choice.

Alternatively, head to one of the other more low key beaches and relax away from the crowds. Whatever you’re looking for in a beach you are sure to find somewhere to suit your needs on Thassos and this guide will help you to find that perfect stretch of Aegean coast.

Thassos Beach Guide

Our Thassos beach guide was built to give you an overview of all the lovely beaches on Thassos. Each page will give you a description of that beach including the local amenities and a Google map of the location to help you find it.

All you have to do is look at the map above, see what beaches are near where you plan to stay and then take a look at those beaches by clicking on the headings below.

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Agios Ioannis

Agios Ioannis beach is a semi-private beach on the south coast, it’s not actually private but as there’s nothing else in the area and at the rear of the beach is the huge Thassos Grand Resort Hotel people staying there tend to make up the majority of people on the beach.

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Agios Vasilios

Agios Vasilios beach is found on the north coast of Thassos and takes it’s name from the small chapel that sits just behind. Agios Vasilios beach is actually a continuation of Tarsanas beach so you could visit both at the same time if you wanted to.

Alexandra Beach Thassos

Alexandra

Alexandra beach is a little over 300m long, it has coarse sand, shingle and pebbles under foot with some areas being mainly sandy and others being all stones but most of the beach is somewhere in between. The beach is well organised with 4 or 5 rows of sun loungers.

Alyki Beach Thassos

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.

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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.

Astris Beach Thassos

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.

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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.

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.

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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.

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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.

Golden Beach Thassos

Golden

Golden beach is one of the most popular on Thassos island, It’s just under 3km long so there’s plenty of room for everyone and it never feels over crowded. Golden Beach has a shallow entrance to the sea and soft fine sand making it perfect for families with young kids.

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Kinira

Kinira beach is located near the village of Kinira, just north of Paradise beach on the east coast. It is a narrow sandy beach with some pebbles and a shallow entrance to the sea so it’s good for letting young kids paddle in the shallow waters.

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Limanaki

Limanaki beach is the main beach in Limenas, it’s covered with sand and small pebbles, it’s not right in the centre of town as the old and new harbours take up most of the water front in the town, but it’s just a couple of minutes walk up to the north east of the town.

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Limenaria

Limenaria is a sand and pebble beach on the south coast of Thassos, as you might have guessed it’s in the town of Limenaria. It’s one of the more popular towns on Thassos so is the beach. It has tightly packed in sun loungers covering most of the sand.

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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.

Metalia

Metalia is a shingle beach on the south coast just outside Limenaria, it’s not ideal for kids as the coarse sand and small stones that make up the bulk of the beach are a little rough on delicate skin and there’s a rocky and slippery entrance to the water too.

Nisteri Beach Thassos

Nisteri

Nisteri is a narrow, tree lined, sandy beach on the north coast. It’s a shallow beach with soft sand that’s great for youngsters and the trees that line the beach offer some welcome shade. The beach is just over 250m long with a wider section close to the hotel.

Papalimani Beach Thassos

Papalimani

Papalimani is a narrow beach on the north coast. Although Papalimani beach is quite narrow, just 10m in places, there’s still some good amenities including sun loungers as well luxury wooden group loungers which are nice to share with your partner or family.

Paradise Beach Thassos

Paradise

Paradise beach is located on the east coast of Thassos. The beach is soft sand and the water is shallow for a good distance out making it absolutely perfect for little ones to play safely. There’s no water sports so older kids in your group may get bored.

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Rosogremos

Rosogremos beach is a 200m long sand beach on the south coast of Thassos. It’s lined with trees and is mainly sand with a rocky section towards the south east end of the beach. This is slightly separate but usually still has sun loungers available.

Saliara Beach Thassos

Saliara

Saliara is a tiny little white pebble beach that’s located on the north east corner of Thassos island. Saliara beach is just 70m wide and around 25m deep at it’s largest, in the height of summer you’ll find a taverna at the rear of the beach serving food and drink.

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Salonikios

Salonikios is a secluded beach on Thassos’ southern most tip, not far from Astrida, the beach has shingle underfoot with some sections being more sandy and others being more stony. There’s unusual sun loungers made from laying cushions on pallets.

San Antonrio Beach Thassos

San Antonio

San Antonio beach, sometimes also known as Agios Antonios Beach is located close to Potos. It’s a huge beach, it’s deep enough to have several rows of sunbeds and still have plenty of wide open space to simply lay out a towel or put your own umbrella up.

Skala Kallirachi Beach Thassos

Skala Kallirachi

Skala Kallirachi is the small beach on the edge of the village with the same name. There’s actually a couple of sections to Skala Kallirachi beach with the main sections round by the marina, these areas are mostly sandy and the water shelves gently into the sea.

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Skala Maries

Skala Maries beach is found at the southern end of the west coast of Thassos. The beach is just 70m wide and 25m deep, it’s mainly coarse sand but with some stones and shingle in places. There’s sun loungers available to hire as well as toilets and showers too.

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Skala Sotiros

Skala Sotiros is a sandy beach, with some shingle in places, particularly around the entrance to the water. The beach itself is a kind of triangle shape, it’s around 50m from front to back at the harbour end and tapers off to nothing at the other end.

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Skidia

Skidia is a tiny sandy beach in amongst the rocks between Aliki and Thimonia beaches on the south coast. Although there is a tiny beach most people that visit lay a towel on the rocks as the sandy part of the beach is barely big enough for a handful of people.

Tarsanas Beach Thassos

Tarsanas

Tarsanas is a small beach on the western edge of Limenas and if you’re staying in the capital you can walk it in around 15 minutes. Once at Tarsanas beach you’ll find an upmarket looking beach bar that plays chill out music and has luxury wooden loungers.

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Thimonia

Thimonia beach is a quiet and rustic beach on the south coast. This beach is roughly 200m wide and about 20m from front to back. There’s a small selection of sun loungers at the western end and a beach bar for refreshments but no water sports.

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Trypiti

Trypiti beach is found on the south coast, it’s a good size beach, roughly 400m long and around 60m from shore to the trees at the rear. There’s a large hotel at the western end of the beach and in front of the hotel is a bunch of luxury, stylish sun loungers.

Thassos Hotel Search

Below is a map of Thassos island, you can put in your dates and party size and then move the map around to find the resort you are looking to stay in and it’ll give you all the prices for the available hotels in that area. You simply then click on the price and it’ll take you to booking.com where you can book at the best possible price.

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Thassos Resort Map

Where next?

Go to the Thassos resort guide to find out about the towns and villages on the island.

Find out about the best beaches in Thassos including their locations on the island.

Find something to keep you entertained with our Thassos sight seeing guide.

Go to the main Thassos guide to find out more about this lovely Aegean island and what it has to offer.

Find info on another Greek island, whether that’s to hop from Thassos on a day trip or to research an alternative destination.

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