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Vrachinari

Vrachinari beach is usually pretty deserted, there are a handful of sun loungers and a taverna at the rear of the beach, the sea stays shallow making it decent for kids but there are some rocks around the entrance to the sea and at either end of the beach so not ideal.

Eros

Eros is an upmarket beach with wooden sun loungers and straw umbrellas to rent in front of the taverna. The beach bar is good quality and offers great food, cocktails, music, free wifi and will even deliver snacks and drinks to you as you relax by the sea.

Perivolos

Perivolos lies on the south east coast and has the usual black sand and pebbles. It offers everything for a more upbeat day on the beach with hundreds of sun loungers available to hire as well as bars playing music and water sports too.

Monolithos

Monolithos beach is on the east coast of Santorini and has crystal clear waters with fine black sand. The water gently shelves in to the sea here so it’s good for kids. Just keep in mind that the location means it can get windy so keep an eye on weak swimmers.

Skala Prinos

Skala Prinos is a coarse sand beach with shingle in paces. It's a relatively small beach at just over 100m long but it continues into Aphrodite beach to the east and Etsies beach to the south west so it's perfect for a long stroll.

Pefkari

Pefkari beach is on the south west coast of Thassos. It’s a popular and well organised beach with plenty of sunbeds and umbrellas available to hire, a volleyball net and water sports as well as tavernas playing music and serving food and drink all day.

Platanes

Platanes is a wide sand beach with a strip of stones at the waters edge, it’s found on the west coast, there’s a full range of tourist facilities including a taverna in the centre of the beach that plays music and serves food and drink.

Psili Ammos

Psili Ammos is a fairly small but popular sandy beach on the south coast, it has soft, fine sand and the water is pretty clear and a beautiful turquoise blue. The water shelves gently so kids can paddle in the shallows safely.

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.

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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