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Pori

Pori beach stretches out for over a kilometre from the cliffs at Kolumbo beach in the north all the way down to Pori port to the south. It's largely deserted, pebble underfoot, backed by impressive cliffs and generally pretty rugged.

Vourvoulos

Vourvoulos beach is on the northeast coast of Santorini close to Imerovigli. The beach has grey sand and doesn’t attract too many tourists so is normally pretty quiet. That being said there are still loungers and umbrellas available and a taverna too.

White

White beach, which is Aspri Paralia in Greek is a tiny beach on the south coast, the name comes from the white pebbles and cliffs that surround it making it feel secluded and makes this little stretch of coast a must see for a lot of people that visit Santorini.

Red

Red beach is one of the most famous beaches on Santorini and gets pretty busy at peak times. The beach is made up of red and black pebbles and surrounded by dramatic red cliffs. This is a unique and beautiful beach but can be tricky to get to.

Porto Vathy

Porto Vathy, also known as Marble beach is on the north east coast and has luxury sun loungers, music and gorgeous turquoise water. It's a small but popular beach so arrive early to claim your perfect spot on this stunning section of Thassos coast.

Thimonia

Thimonia beach is a quiet and rustic beach on the south coast. This beach is roughly 200m wide and about 20m from front to back. There's a small selection of sun loungers at the western end and a beach bar for refreshments but no water sports.

Saliara

Saliara is a tiny little white pebble beach that's located on the north east corner of Thassos island. Saliara beach is just 70m wide and around 25m deep at it's largest, in the height of summer you'll find a taverna at the rear of the beach serving food and drink.

Skala Kallirachi

Skala Kallirachi is the small beach on the edge of the village with the same name. There's actually a couple of sections to Skala Kallirachi beach with the main sections round by the marina, these areas are mostly sandy and the water shelves gently into the sea.

Kinira

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.

Livadi

Livadi is a small quiet and calm beach on the south coast of Thassos close to Giola. It's mainly coarse sand with stones mixed in, there’s also some rocks around the cliffs at the ends and some larger stones at the rear of the beach.
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