Psili Ammos Beach at Schoinoussa

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Psili Ammos beach is the jewel of Schinousa Island. It is located in a small remoted bay to the north-east of Chora, about 30 minutes walk away. It features unspoilt turquoise blue waters that sparkle under the warm sun, tranquil sandy shores and little shade resulting from a few tamarisks. The water actually reaches the top of nearby hills at some places. Psili Ammos is popular among visitors due to its absolutely breathtaking beauty. White sand dunes travel down to meet the sandy beach. To reach Psili Ammos, head north towards Messaria till you reach a signpost to the east. From there onwards it is less than 30 minutes of walking. Though the beach is beautiful and popular it is seldom crowded. So you can swim in the refreshing blue waves and relax under the shade of the few tamarisk trees at your own pace. The fine, grained sandy beach is cut by a few grey rocks.

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Lagoon 400 Economy

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Catamaran for Charter

  • Berths 10
  • Built 2012
  • Length 40.00 ft

Located on the South coast. Sandy beach with natural shade from trees and shallow water (ideal for families and children), completely sheltered from the breeze.

"The beautiful Livadi beach does not disappoint those, who search of quiet and relaxing vacation. What makes it even more special are its tall, lush trees offering plentiful shade.

On the east coast. Microscopic coast at the northernmost tip of Schinoussa, just opposite the island Fidousa.

Bavaria 50 Cruiser Economy

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  • Berths 10
  • Built 2006
  • Length 50.00 ft

On the east coast. From the beach you will see Liolios narrow dirt road that goes west and takes you on three sandy beaches Aligarias, which separates cliffs.

On the east coast. Going down by Country, instead turn left, go right and you will get sandy, surrounded by rocks, beach Lioliou.

This is the next beach after Lioliou, they are separated by a small rocky outcrop. The beach is a mixture of sand a pebbles, it is a little deep and the waters have a exciting colors.

Almyros consists of two small sandy beaches, separated by rocks in the middle. It has blue-green waters and some tamarisk trees for shade (most of them at its northern half).

Fikio Beach at Mesaria

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Lying to the north of the small village of Messaria, Fikio beach is small, sandy and features wild rocks. It is ideal for some underwater fishing as there are reefs in the open that lend a sparkling green color to the waters.

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It is a quaint, remote cove, with no shore, ideal for underwater fishing and trekking. In the old days the cove and the nearby Marousou Cave, were served as a shelter for pirates.

Fountana beach is located to the east part of the island with easy access through a dirt road. It is a sandy beach approximately 40m.

At the end of the route that usually makes the boat is Nero, a savage and the most remote beach ofthe island. There you will see several tents, but as it may, there is room for everyone.

Only by foot or by boat: these are the only ways to reach the beach of Pezoulia. If you chose the second, you’d better prefer the left side (from your perspective) of the bay, not only to enjoy the beach but also to take the way that will lead you to Aloni; it’s a large plateau with a huge fig and a sealed well.

Located on the south side of the island overlooking the Naxos. Beautiful secluded beach that has nothing to do with culture and a lot of the local boats do not extend that far.

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