Near the village of Agios Dimitrios where almost the bottom of Magnisia’s prefecture ends creating a creek. Deserted beach with red sand and a lot of trees that reach up to the water opposite the islet of Argyronison. Needless to say that this is not an organized beach so be sure for your essentials. This beach is a good option for a swim in the nude while sailing in Greece as there is no one around.
The small port Skála Aidipsoú is the terminal on Evvoia island for vehicles ferries communicating with the port of Arkítsa that is located 6 miles south of the opposite shores of Stereá Elás. The small port consists of a 200-meter-long quay, with a 40-meter-long Ro-Ro ramp upon which ferryboats usually land.
Beach with coarse (chondri) sand, hence the name! Roughly 10 km from Lafkos and the bight that many fishermen live. It is said that this is the bight where the remaining boats of Xerxes’ fleet resorted after they defeated Greeks at cape Artemisio of North Evia in 480 B.
Beautiful coastal village in Pagasitic Gulf 49 km from Volos and 7 km from Lafkos, Milina is an impressive seasonal center with many picturesque taverns, restaurants and cafeterias. Here you will find calm, picturesque gulfs, unique beaches and crystal clear sea along the coast.
Approximately 2 km from Agia Marina you will find another lovely sandy beach with spotless waters, Pachia Ammos. The beach is not organized; therefore you must attend to your essentials but it is a good option for a swim while sailing in Greece.
Quiet coastal village with clean coasts and cool turquoise waters. The range of coasts allows for a safe swimming for children, spear fishing at the head of a reef in the middle of the bay and autonomous scuba diving opportunities to explore the wild rocky sea-bottom.