Greece is known for its pristine and sandy beaches with crystal water. It has the largest coast line in Europe.
Tourists flock to Greek beaches annually to enjoy the sun, sand and clean beaches. Greece is known for its sandy, pebbled, secluded and organized beaches.
The best time to visit Greek beaches is between May and early October.
The beach is in Crete, the largest island in Greece. The sand is fine and creamy with a slight tint of pink.
Elafonisi is an island separated by a shallow lagoon and sandbar. You can wade across to the island to enjoy the nature reserve that is serene. Beach chairs and umbrellas are not allowed here. There are tiny coves and sandy beaches in the nature reserve.
The beach is located in Zakynthos, an Ionian island. It is one of the magnificent beaches not only in Greece but in the world.
Navagio (Shipwreck Beach)
The color of the water is teal and there are high cliffs around the beach. There is a rusty shipwreck here that is partly submerged in the sand. The water current is intense.
The beach is located in the Ionian island Corfu and is a popular beach. The beach is known for its sunset and water sports.
You can also rent sunbeds and umbrella. The northern end of the beach is quieter.
Located in the Cycladic island of Ios. It's a beautiful beach with cobalt waters of the Aegean Sea.
Windsurfing, water skiing and tube rides are some of the popular water sports.
A bustling beach in Mykonos. It has sandy and pristine beach with calm waters. The beach has all the facility that a beach comber would look out for.
A beautiful beach surrounded by tall cliffs, it is located in Kefalonia.
It's a popular day destination for families and friends. However, the currents here are intense. The beach has refreshment bars and taverns.
The water is fabulous here. It is one of the most famous beaches of Mykonos. There are beach bars and restaurants here.
The beach is on the eastern coast of Crete. This beach is famous for its protected date palm forest.
Situated in Santorini . This beach is in proximity with the ancient site of Akrotiri.
It's a small beach surrounded by red and black volcanic rocks.
Snorkeling is highly recommended on this beach.
Prisitine and serene crescent-shaped beach nestled in the coast of Peloponnese. The waters of the beach are flanked on both sides by cliffs.
Situated on the north shore of Milos Island, this beach has white rocks and coves.
Here you can explore the abandoned mines, caves, cliff dive into the sapphire waters of the Aegean Sea or even snorkel.
A popular beach among the families. This beach is long with granular sand and shallow water. It is one of the best beaches of
Agios Prokopios Beach
Toddlers can have fun here as it has no waves. Kayaks and paddle boards are available for rent. There is also a chapel where you can whisper a prayer after a swim.
There are also many seafront accommodation options and restaurants.
A beautiful black sand beach in Santorini, where you can relax on the sunbeds. There are beach bars that serve amazing refreshments.
Also known as the pebble beach, it is situated in Crete. This beautiful beach has crystal clear waters that is shallow and then gradually becomes deep.