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Katharos

Katharos beach is a typical Santorini black sand and pebble beach located in the north of Thira close to Oia. Katharos is a quiet and unorganised beach with no tavernas, sun beds, umbrellas and certainly no water sports. There is a taverna near by though.

Kolumbo

Kolumbo beach or Cape Columbo is considered by locals to be the best beach in the north of the island. There's a quiet section to the east which is often used by naturists and a taverna and loungers to the west that's more popular.

Baxedes

Baxedes beach is on the northern coast of Santorini close to Oia. It's a quiet and rustic beach with the usual black sand and pebbles plus some seaweed in places. It's surrounded by dramatic white cliffs and is almost deserted.

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.

Kaminia

Kaminia beach, which is also known as Mounda Beach,is long, sandy and perfect for swimming, walking or sunbathing. It slopes gently into the sea, you can get out over 50m and still be able to touch the bottom so it’s really safe for youngsters.

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.

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.

Trapezaki

Trapezaki beach is a narrow sand beach roughly half way between Argostoli and Skala on the south west coast of Kefalonia. There's a single taverna which has toilets and serves food and drinks as well as playing chill out style music.

Exotic

Exotic beach, also known as Polemi Beach is a nudist or textile optional beach on the south coast, It's sandy, has a small snack kiosk, sheltered loungers and is well signposted off the main road that runs down the centre of the island making it very easy to find.

Camel

Camel beach is found on the south coast of Kos and is made up of sand and some rocks, it has lovely scenery and crystal clear water making it ideal for snorkelling. It’s also not as popular as some of the other beaches in the area which makes a nice change.
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