Paradise beach is located on the east coast of Thassos
island. It’s just south of Kinira
and around an hours drive from the capital Limenas
Paradise beach is a decent size at around 320m long and 60m deep. At the northern end of the beach there tends to be a large amount of sun loungers laid out in fairly tightly packed rows in front of the taverna. There’s also sun loungers in front of the taverna at the opposite end of the beach but the middle is usually pretty clear for those that prefer to lay out a towel.
The tavernas at either end serve refreshments throughout the day and are the perfect spot for a bit of lunch. There’s not much else in the surrounding areas so these are pretty much the only options.
The beach itself 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.
Another thing to note about Paradise beach is that the rocks at the northern end of the beach are used by nudists, as it’s just on the rocks they’re not really noticeable by those using the main beach but if you want to avoid them completely stick to the southern end. If you are a naturist then simply head to the northern tip of the beach and climb the rocks.
Getting to Paradise beach is relatively simple, it’s off the main coastal road that takes you round the island and there’s a signpost where you need to turn off. The road down to the beach is a little rough with a couple of hairpin turns which can make it tricky but if you’re used to the Greek roads you’ll be fine. Parking is available at the rear of the beach but there’s not a huge amount for the number of people that visit.