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.

Filterable List of Thassos Beaches

Alternatively, you can use the filters to narrow down the list of beaches to just those ones that suit your preferences. So if you just want to visit quiet secluded beaches whilst in Thassos then simply click the quiet button and it’ll remove all the popular beaches from the list.

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Agios Ioannis

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Agios Vasilios

Agios Vasilios is a rugged stretch of coast line with sand, shingle and mainly pebbles under foot. It’s narrow with a shallow entrance to the sea. It’s probably not great for families as there’s not much sand for young children to play in and the lack of water sports or music would mean older kids would likely get bored too.

Alexandra Beach Thassos

Alexandra

Alexandra beach is well organised with 4 or 5 rows of sun loungers covering part of the beach as well as some luxury loungers available to hire. There’s a taverna on the beach to keep you fed and hydrated through out the day. There’s no water sports but there is a jetty with a platform at the end which is great fun to jump and dive off into the sea.

Alyki Bay Thassos

Aliki

The popularity of Aliki beach wont be to everyone’s tastes, in some places there are 4 rows of sun loungers, which, on a beach that’s just 15m deep means they are tightly packed in. What will be to everyone’s liking is the fantastic views of the bay, with soft sand, gorgeous turquoise waters and lush green trees lining the banks this is a stunning place.

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Arsanas

Arsanas beach is mainly sand with some stones and pebbles around the edges. Getting to the beach is tricky as the road to the beach is rough and it doesn’t lead all the way, you have to park at the roadside and walk the last 50 to 100 metres.There’s no water sports, no jetty and minimal room for ball games so perhaps not ideal for youngsters

Astris Beach Thassos

Astris

Astris beach is 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. There’s mainly sand under foot but there are a few strips of stones in places and the sea bed is stony too, beach shoes might be a good idea when swimming.

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. The only things to watch out for is the strips of stones around the entrance to the sea.

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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 and if you are one of the guests at the hotel you’ll be able to make the most of the beach.

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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. At just 50m wide Glyfoneri beach doesn’t have a lot of room but fortunately it doesn’t get too busy.

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. There’s plenty to entertain older kids at Golden beach too.

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Kinira Beach Thassos

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.

San Antonrio Beach Thassos

San Antonio

San Antonio is 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. Despite the fact that San Antonio beach is popular it never feels over crowded due to the vast size.

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Thassos Beach Map

Where next?

Go to the Thassos resort guide to find out about the towns and villages 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 the holiday maker

Find information 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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