Surrounded by the crystal clear waters, hot sun, shining white pebbles and the wide spread sandy shores, Greece presents to you an eclectic variety of places for your perfect coastal holidays. So, from surreal to sublime, from white sand to volcanic pebbles, we bring to you the most amazing beaches of Greece to explore in 2017.
Though in the classical definition, Kleftiko is not a beach, but an exciting region of rock formations that can be reached only by sea. In fact, many touring boats take you to the excursion of the island and pass by Kleftiko. The unique white rocks standing in the turquoise waters give one amazing experience that definitely deserves a visit.
Located in the southwest end of the Crete, Elafonissi is a beautiful beach that attracts people from all over the world. it’s turquoise water and pink sand creates the perfect ambience to enjoy some peaceful time. The area is included in the protected areas Natura, as it is full of dunes with sand lilies and cedars.For a relaxing Greece holiday, Elafonissi should be visited in the low season when you can enjoy your personal time away from the noise of the crowd.
Situated between the Cape Gramvousa and the small Cape Tigani, Balos is surely the most scenic beach in Crete. Popular for its turquoise waters, wild natural beauty and exotic landscapes, this beach is the most ideal destination that can be visited with your friends and family.
Elafonissos (Simos beach) is considered to be one of the top beaches in Greece. Enclosed by the white sand dunes and crystal clear waters, the beach offers the most amazing swimming experience. During the windy season, one can also try their hands in windsurfing.
There is one amazing beach with white sand and deep waters, situated near the village of Anafonitria. After being greeted by the ruins of a shipwreck, one can explore the beauty between the limestone cliffs. To reach this scenic water body, one should take a little boat from the small port of Porto Vromi. These taxi boats leave every hour and the trip takes around 30 minutes to arrive.
Paleokastritsa Beach, Corfu
Paleokastritsa is one of the famous areas of Corfu, surrounded by the pristine water and picturesque olive groves. While exploring the region, you can walk through the lush green landscapes, ancient monasteries, watch stunning sunsets and countryside along with experiencing the culture.
Anthony Quinn Bay
It is one of the most beautiful beaches on Rhodes, famous with young people. The name of the came from the actor, who bought a part of the island while filming “The Guns of Navarone”. Enclosed by lush green vegetation and emerald green water, Anthony Quinn is the is the perfect destination, you will fall in love with. Do try going in the month of July and August as the water remains too cold in the rest of the year.
Located on the North eastern side of Antipaxos Island and covered with high rocks for both sides, Voutoumi is the perfect beach that attracts travelers from all over the world. The water here is hollow and ideal to enjoy snorkeling near the rocks. One can also hire their own private yachts, water taxis and tour boats.
Situated 30km north of Argostoli, in a beautiful area around huge verdant hills, Myrtos is one of the reputed beaches in Kefalonia. It has also been awarded many times for its amazing natural beauty and cleanness. The beach has a semi-circular shape bounded by the white rocky cliffs with lush vegetation on top of them creating an impressive setting. The lush green surrounding, the white pebbles and the sparkling waters around the stunning scenery.
Known as Kapelas, Kalamaki Beach is a stunning water body located 6 km west of Ierapetra, near the Nea Anatoli in Crete. Encircled by the fine sand and shallow waters, the beach remains less crowded, therefore providing you the much needed peace. The land is less famous because it is hidden from the road by tall cliffs and greenhouses that surrounds it.
Lindos Beach is a long stretch of yellow sand, bordered by many taverns, serving your much loved drinks and delectable local cuisine. (Megali Paralia) can be easily reached from the main square. To explore the place, you can hire small motor boats and pedaloes when you want to leave the shore.
Situated 59 km west of Chania and 17 km of Kissamos, Falassarna is one of the most popular beaches in Greece. The land stretches over a huge area, consisting of five consecutive beaches,with the two being the most favourite. The sand is white making the water of the beach look tropical. The main beach of Falassarna is called Pacheia Ammos, which remains overcrowded during summers.
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