Small cove with sand and pebbles in the southwest. The small harbor of the town was used as a port of embarkation for the local boat that was performing daily route to Skopelos until the early 1970’s. There are still saved—both the jetty and the small building. It is a quiet beach with calm clear waters. There are no taverns or canteens so water and supplies are needed. The creek has sand and stones. Into the sea there is a large expanse of sand. On both sides of the beach there are cliffs, and behind there is a grove with shade. The beach is preferred by nudists.
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.