Ano Meria is a traditional Greek village. The houses have small windows to be protected from the very strong winds. The wild beauty of Folegandros, the cliff and the amazing colors of the sunset give visitors a majestic backdrop.For those who love reading, it is an ideal place to enjoy a good book, without something interrupting the absolute silence!
The beach Serfiotiko located on the northeast coast of the island in a very open bay, about the height of Ano Meria, in an uninhabited area. The beach is exposed to the northeastern, southern and eastern winds, and there are a few trees which together with the rocks at midday shadows.
Rocky coast on the east coast of the island, on the high seas, about the height of Ano Meria in an uninhabited area, just before Serfiotiko as we come from the Town. The beach is exposed to almost all the winds, there are no trees, even some trees that offer little shade.
Situated near the scenic village of Karavostasi as well as the tourist settlement of Livadi, Livadi beach is a long sandy beach with sapphire waters, ideal for sunbathing, beach fun and water sports. Tamarisk trees offer shade to bathers who can also enjoy a refreshing drink or snack from the restaurant and bar at the camping nearby.
The beach Pountaki is the third of three successive beaches on three small coves on the south side Karavostassis at 1000 meters. The beach is relatively secluded but offers tranquility, calm, clean sea, a beautiful and picturesque setting with views across the islands.
Beach Vincenzo is the second of three successive beaches on three small coves on the south side Karavostassis just 850 meters from the port. The beach is relatively secluded but offers tranquility, calm, clean sea, a beautiful and picturesque setting with views across the islands.
The beach Latinaki is the first of three successive beaches on three small coves on the south side Karavostassis a distance of 800 meters. Relatively isolated beach near the harbor offers peace, tranquility, clean seas, in a nice graphical view towards the islands.