Amazing crystal clear cyan waters between the Panteronisia islands. It is very close to Alyki and one of the most popular destinations when renting a boat
Antiparos sea caves
The sea cave of Antiparos is a magnificent formation of rocks, combined with crystal waters. It is accesible only by boat!
A magnificent cave that the roof has collapsed. It is said that the pirates used to hide there. Nice place for swimming and cliff diving.
Livadi beach at Despotiko
A fantastic beach at Despotiko island, only accesible by boat. It is one of the most popular destination when you rent a boat.
A nice place with turquoise waters to swim close to the shore. There is no beach there, so it is always quite and easy to approach by boat.
Beautiful place with blue-green waters to swim and cliffs for diving. It is only accessible by boat
Wonderful isolated sandy beach. Not many people know this place, so it is usually quite.
Impressive place close to a small church. Nice blue waters to swim and white rock formations. When you rent a boat, do not miss that!
Ancient ruins of Despotiko
On Despotiko island there are the ruins of the Ancient Temple of Apollon. You can leave the boat to the small dock there and visit it.
Agios Georgios of Antiparos
Beautiful sandy beach across Despotiko island. It is a popular destination for lunch break when on daily cruise with a boat!
Small sandy beach of Paros that is usually not crowded even in August. Nice place to relax and enjoy the sand
Nice sandy beach always protected by the North winds. Beautiful blue waters for swimming!
Glyfa beach of Antiparos
A very nice sandy beach of Antiparos, not very crouded and very close to Paros
A magnificent and isolated beach of Antiparos! The place is ideal for anchoring the boat and relax!
Mykonos is one of the absolute top summer destinations in Greece by far. The fantastic beaches, the wild party scene, the gay-friendly ambience and the luxurious style create a solid idea of what to expect when visiting the island. But that’s not all; Mykonos offers excellent untouched seashores, a plethora of watersports, archaeological and ecclesiastic institutions, while the local taverns keep visitors sated and pleased. Mykonos beaches are famous all over the world for their golden sand and crystal waters. In fact, some of them are considered among the most beautiful beaches in Greece. As Mykonos is among the most popular tourist destinations in Greece, most beaches in Mykonos are organized with many tourist facilities like beach bars, restaurants, and water sports centers. All of the beaches are easily accessible if you rent a boat from Paros, but you can also visit Dilos and Rinia!
Naxos is a Cycladic island of Greece that can accommodate every visitor’s appetite. Naxos is a big island, resulting in a big coastline as well. There are many nice beaches, mostly at the west side of the island, that you can swim, relax, have a drink or lunch. The main town is also impressive and well know for the old Castle. Entering the Castle through its enormous, centuries-old wooden door, you will find yourself among whitewashed churches, Catholic Monasteries and schools, the Archaeological Museum of Naxos, some of the oldest houses on the island, antique shops and beautiful cafes. The most famous beaches are Plaka, the longest sandy beach on the island, and Agios Prokopios. There is also the area of Aliko, a protected area for its cedar forest, which offers several beautiful beaches. All these beaches are very close to Paros and you can get there very fast if you rent a boat!
The tiny islands of Koufonisia combines natural beauty, amazing beaches, and wild landscape. This is the supreme destination for people who are looking to truly relax during their vacations. There is not many sites in Koufonisia, except swimming in the crystal waters and hiking. Chora is the main and only village on the Ano Koufonisi. Kato Koufonisi is a tiny paradise island that unlike its neighboring Ano Koufonisi, it is not inhabited, keeping its unspoiled natural charm. Untouched by mass tourism, Kato Koufonisi boasts amazing beaches, such as Hawaii, Nero and Laki. Koufonisia are probably the most popular destination from Paros, by renting a boat for a daily cruise!
Sitting in the heart of the Aegean sea, between Naxos and Ios, Iraklia is one of the incredibly photogenic tiny Greek islands. Thanks to its small size, Iraklia has yet to be discovered by the mass visitors and has managed to keep its unspoiled charm! Boasting a raw natural landscape, Iraklia island is the best destination for privacy, away from the hustle and the bustle. The calm atmosphere and slow pace of life make Iraklia remote paradise. Iraklia beaches are not organized and have the characteristic crystal clear turquoise waters of Small Cyclades beaches. They keep their natural charm and all of them can be reached by renting a boat from Paros
Schinoussa is a tiny remote island located south of Naxos, in the heart of the Aegean Sea. It belongs to the Small Cyclades island group along with the beautiful Greek islands of Koufonisia, Donoussa, and Iraklia. Boasting an unspoiled natural setting, Schinoussa has emerged as an alternative destination for relaxing holidays, away from the bright lights. Secluded beaches, wild landscapes, and little traditional settlements create a distressing atmosphere that never fails to captivate visitors. Schinoussa manages to attract travelers who seek a laid-back destination to relax and unwind. As for Schinoussa beaches, they are unspoiled, backed by raw natural landscapes and are easily accessible by boat.
The island of Ios Cyclades is considered as the queen of young tourists, due to its vivid nightlife. Day and night, the capital village becomes the center of entertainment where young people from all over the world enjoy the famous Ios nights. In fact, swimming at nice beaches and enjoying the vivid nightlife are the main things to do in Ios, an island where activities are restricted to strolling around the picturesque main town. Mylopotas, Gialos, Agia Theodoti and Manganari are the most popular beaches in Ios that can be easily accessed. Fortunately, although the island receives many tourists, many beaches are still secluded and remote, particularly if they are located far from the main town as for example, Kalamos. Those beaches can be accessed if you rent a boat for a daily cruise from Paros
Located between Ios and Folegandros, Sikinos is one of the most secluded Greek islands of the Cyclades. Still untouched by mass tourism, Sikinos has managed to keep its traditional charm and laid-back atmosphere, which makes it an ideal destination for relaxing! Chora, the capital of Sikinos, boasts the characteristic minimal architecture of the Cyclades. The port of Sikinos is the main center of activities, as it’s where the most Sikinos hotels, restaurants, taverns, and shops are located. Almost all beaches in Sikinos Greece are small and secluded. Only the beach next to the port is organized with few facilities, like umbrellas, sunbeds, and taverns. The rest of Sikinos beaches are unorganized and accessible if you rent a boat from Paros
Folegandros is an island of incredible natural beauty located between Paros and Santorini. Despite its proximity to two of the most cosmopolitan Greek islands, Folegandros has a very different style. Relatively untouched by international tourists, Folegandros island still manages to keep its unspoiled charm. Chilled-out atmosphere, small picturesque settlements and no crowds of tourists to be seen nearby. Folegandros is certainly not your typical Cycladic island! This undiscovered Aegean gem is ideal for relaxing, away from all the hustle and bustle of other more popular islands and enjoy the quiet setting as time slows down. Agali, Katergos and Agios Nikolaos are some of the famous beaches, while Livadaki, Fira and Ampeli are more quite. Folegandros is less than 1 hour if you rent a speedboat from Paros
Milos is one of the volcanic Greek islands, sitting at the southernmost part of the Cyclades island complex. Thanks to its volcanic origin, Milos boasts a magnificent colorful landscape and a coastline that counts more than 40 exotic beaches. Being relatively close to Paros, Milos is one of the best places you can visit by renting a boat for a daily cruise. Beaches in Milos stand out for their unique natural beauty and gorgeous water. The magnificent colors and the interesting rock formations of Milos beaches provide great places to spend a day at the sea. The most famous beach is Sarakinino, a moonscape place with abrupt white rocks, an it is considered among the most impressice beaches in Greece. Other amazing Milos beaches are Tsigardo, Paleochori, Agia Kyriaki and Firiplaka.
Kimolos - Polyaigos
Kimolos is a beautiful little island of the Cyclades, located next to Milos. Although it sits next to one of the most popular Greek islands, Milos manages to keep its unspoiled charm. This island is a world unto itself! Famous for its amazing beaches, crystal clear waters and picturesque architecture, Kimolos Greece is shaping up to be one of the hottest alternative destinations in Greece. As for Kimolos beaches, there is a beautiful beach close to the port, but you can find many enticing beaches around the island that can be reached by boat from Paros. The island next to Kimolos, called Polyaigos is an exotic paradise. It is an uninhabitaded island with fantastic turquoise waters to swim and impressive rock formations with caves to see! Faros, Fanara, Kalogeros and Galazio are some of them!
One of the most popular holiday destinations worldwide and the most visited of all the Greek islands, Santorini (or Thera / Thira), is one of the most magical places you’ve ever seen! The caldera offers the most dramatic sea views you’ve ever seen and enormous cliffs are dotted with dreamy Cycladic whitewashed houses! Nothing will prepare you for the beauty you’ll face here. It is a unique Greek island! The beaches in Santorini are much different than other beaches in Greece due to their special geological features. Red and black volcanic pebbles lay the shores of Santorini beaches and cliffs provide a picturesque ambiance of unique beauty. The most famous of them are the Red beach, Perissa, Kamari and Perivolos
Located on the western side of the Cyclades island group, Sifnos is considered as the yummiest of the Greek islands, thanks to its flourishing culinary scene. Other than that, Sifnos has the typical Cycladic ambiance, including whitewashed houses and chapels, innumerable dovecotes, a breathtaking natural landscape and, of course, amazing beaches! The island’s atmosphere is deeply calming, while the air is scented with almond and orange aromas that will seduce you. Beaches in Sifnos are famous for their unspoiled beauty and relaxing family atmosphere. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes, Sifnos beaches have crystal water and offer a nice view of the sea. Platis Gialos, Chrissopigi and Kamares are among the most popular beaches in Sifnos, while a drive around the island with a rented boat, will bring you to great places ideal for total privacy.
Destinations starting from Kavala
A beach with organised facilities in a beautiful, picturesque gulf 4 km from Kavala, which has been awarded a Blue Flag for its clean waters and its excellent layout. At Batis the visitor will find sea activities, swimming pools, a pool bar, beach bar, a restaurant.
A beach that makes you feel so close yet so far from the bustle of the centre. Tosca has been awarded a Blue Flag for its clean waters and organisation. Sand, serene waters, trees running down to the beach, a bar and a restaurant serving Mediterranean dishes.
At Palio you will find sandy beaches and more picturesque beaches among the rocks with crystal-clear waters. It has a wonderful coastline with beachside cafes and tavernas to suit all tastes.
Between Ammolofoi and Nea Peramos, behind the hill of Anaktoroupolis, stretches the peninsula of Vrasidas. The very small beaches and little gulfs, in combination with the lush green mountains, and rocky formations that surround the space invite you in for a swim and an exploration.
West of Peramos you will find the exotic beaches of Ammolofoi. The fine white sand in combination with the clear waters will enchant you! This is the busiest place, especially for the young of Eastern Macedonia, whose weekend parties last late into the night!
This strip of land juts out into the sea and spreads itself over the blue of the Aegean. This sandy beach attracts many visitors in the summer thanks to its relatively shallow and calm waters, making it ideal for families. With a beach bar, cafes and tavernas, especially ones that serve seafood, this beach is an ideal summer destination!
It’s well known that Thassos offers more beaches than one can count. There is something for everyone, sandy and rocky, wild and urban, with shade and no shade… On Thassos, there’s no doubt that everybody can find a beach that satisfies all of their needs. The top beaches you can reach is Saliara, La Scala, Vathi, Makryammos, Glikadi, etc.