Small beach. Above the cliffs an old but restored windmill dominates. Located beneath Palio Chorio at the north side of the island. The landscape at the north side of the island is changing, with beaches looking like Scandinavian fiords because of their scarcity. Usually it is windy and swimming is not fun. However, during a calm day, the beach is transformed into amazing coves with clear blue waters and fine black pebbles and stones. Because of the freshwater that springs into the sea it is usually cooler than the other beaches of the island. At the back the beach there is also an abandoned old watermill.
For many, this is considered the most significant area in the northern side of the island because of its rare wild beauty with beautiful small and secluded beaches. The Megali Ammos is the largest of the small beaches of the bay and consists of white pebbles and fine yellow sand in some places.