On the few beaches of the island you will enjoy your swim in crystal clear waters with serenity, as all the beaches, whether accessible by road or not, are pristine and sheltered from the winds in small coves.


In the port of the island you will find the largest beach and the ideal for families and young children. The beach of Alopronoia is sandy, with shallow waters and several tamarisk trees that offer natural shade. Also above the beach there are enough cafes, taverns and mini markets to get what you need.

Agios Georgios

The beach that took its name from the church of Agios Georgios located there, consists of pebbles and sand, while it gathers a lot of people (considering the island's norm) due to the easy road access. You will find several places for shade, as well as a tavern on the edge of the beach.


The beach is accessible by road via a dirt road and is located about 3 km from the port. It consists of fine pebbles and sand, while some tamarisk trees and free umbrellas offer shade to bathers.


This is the most beautiful beach of the island, which is accessible on foot following the path that starts from the church of Profitis Ilias or by boat from the port of the island. It consists of fine pebbles and sand. On the beach there is no place with natural shade and no canteen with drinks or food, so it is good to go equipped.

Agios Panteleimon

Following the path that starts from the church of Agios Panteleimon you will find yourself on the small beach named after the church, with pebbles and large stones and the wonderful waters. If you are not a fan of hiking you can reach the beach by boat from Alopronoia.

Accessible by footpaths or by sea are also the beaches of Santorineika, Ai Giannis and Karra consisting mainly of pebbles. A nice place to dive is the rocks behind the pier where the boat in the port of Alopronoia moors.