Achla beach is located in the north-eastern coast of Andros island. It has fine white sand in good proportion, while trees give shade and render this beach ideal for rest. Here it is the small church of Saint Nikolaos, and “Grias” lighthouse. The sea has lull even with possible wind. There is a small but impressive biotope, with rill and plane that leads near the sea.
After arriving at the settlement of Paleopolis located on the west coast of the island, you follow the path with the steps descending the hillside to this pebbly beach. The entire area is full of scattered antiquities, such as a great part of the ancient port and the ancient market (agora).
Paraporti is the south coast of the two beaches, on the sides of the peninsula of Hora. It has a nice and big sandy beach and beautiful surroundings, with a charming river with ducks, the Venetian Castle on the left and the Tourlitis lighthouse a little further away.
Grias to Pidima beach, meaning the place where the old lady jumped in Greek, is located on the southeast coast of Andros, north from Ormos Kotrhiou, after the port of Vitzi. There is a path leading to this beautiful sandy beach with the characteristic rock which gave the name to the spot.