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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.

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.

Skala

Skala is a massive beach that is both long and deep, it's surrounded by Pine trees and is mainly sand and shingle. There are a few tavernas along this stretch of coast to get food and drink during the long days spent taking in the gorgeous weather.

Lepeda

Lepeda beach is situated just south of Lixouri in the Paliki peninsular of Kefalonia. Lepeda beach boasts a natural shallow pool area that’s perfect for kids to play in. The sand is soft, has an unusual red colour and the water is crystal clear.

Myrtos

Myrtos beach is that stunning picture post card beach that you’ve seen photographed from the winding roads above dozens of times and probably part of the reason why so many people go to Kefalonia. Myrtos is found on the west coast up in the north of the island.

Petani

Petani Beach is a sandy bay with pebbles around the shore line. It’s located on the west cost of Kefalonia, just north of Lixouri. It has a good number of sun loungers to hire mainly clustered around the beach side tavernas.

Magic

Magic beach is on the south coast and sits between Exotic beach and Sunny beach. As you’d expect it has the same slightly coarse sand with some scattered rocks. On the beach there are a couple of rows of sunbeds with umbrellas to rent but no water sports.

Marmari

Marmari beach is at the edge of Marmari town in Kos, it's a huge sand beach with all the amenities you could need including sunbeds to hire, water sports, wind and kite surfing, easy parking and plenty of tavernas, restaurants, shops and bars.

Paradise

Paradise is a huge sandy beach on the south coast of Kos, it's busy throughout the tourist season, it’s great for kids, has multiple water sports vendors and the taverna serves hot food, snacks, drinks and ice creams and from it’s position on the hill you get good views.

Tigaki

Tigaki is an enormous beach on the north coast of Kos, it’s located on the edge of Tigaki village which makes it incredibly popular all summer. On the beach you’ll find soft sand as well as all the facilities you might need including loungers, water sports and more.
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