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Best Beaches in Santorini

Best Beaches in Santorini

Welcome to our 2018 guide about the best beaches in Santorini. The following are by our oppinion the top 5 beaches in Santorini.

1. Kamari Beach

Kamari Beach Santorini

KAMARI BEACH

Kamari beach is one of the most famous and easily accessible beaches of Santorini.

It is again a pretty long beach close to the airport.

It is very well organised and pretty touristic.

You will find all sorts of beach bars, tavernas, restaurants and cafes.

 

2. Perissa Beach

perissa beach santorini

PERISSA BEACH

Perissa is basically the end of the long black sand beach of Perivolos. It’s undoubtedly the busiest and the most organised beach of Santorini.

Crystal clear waters, black pebbles, amazing atmosphere, relaxing couches, long music and sun-beds.

 

3. Red Beach

santorini red beach

RED BEACH

Red beach Santorini is one of the most famous and beautiful of the beaches of Santorini. It is named for the iron-rich rocks in the cliff face towering over the beach above you as well as the red sand. It is a small beach area and due to its popularity it can be quite crowded. The very dark blue waters combine with the red ground and the black top (because of the volcano) to an unmatched, never seen before landscape. The interesting and morphological nature of this particular area make the Red beach one of the most captivating and exciting beaches in the world.

 

4. Monolithos Beach

Monolithos Beach

MONOLITHOS BEACH

Monolithos Beach is a very long and wide beach which is pretty close to the airport.

It is a very kids and family-friendly beach with sunbeds and umbrellas and with a few tavernas and restaurants mainly with fresh fish. The sand at Monolithos beach is possibly the best on the island!

 

5. White sand Beach (Vlychada beach)

Vlychada Beach

VLYCHADA BEACH

White sand beach (Vlychada beach) is a unique landscape with massive white rocks and a really relaxing atmosphere.

You won’t find any noisy beach bars or wet sports here though. The beach itself is organised with umbrellas and sun-beds (you have to pay for them though…).

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