For those who enjoy nature, the palm beaches of Vai offer a sanctuary like no other. Situated on the island of Crete, the Vai Beach is a popular tourist spot and generally very crowded.
A popular wedding venue, St Paul’s Bay is a quaint little bay consisting of two beaches, simply called the large beach and small beach.
A volcanic island, Santorini is famous mostly for its landscapes, seascapes, and sunsets. If you’re the sort that enjoys the unique and rare, an acquaintance with the red sands of the Red beach of Santorini is something that you’ll forever appreciate.
An idyllic and beautiful beach with golden sands, blue water, and surrounded by white cliffs and lush vegetation, the Porto Katsiki Beach is one of the main tourist attractions of Greece and one of the most popular beaches of Europe.
If you are the sort that enjoys crowds, glamor, and a cosmopolitan atmosphere, Mykonos has all that you need. The most versatile and popular Greek island, Mykonos has night clubs, beachside parties, churches, archaeological sites, and taverns. And Paradise Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches of Mykonos.
Navagio beach also known as “Smugglers Cove” or “Shipwreck Beach” is an isolated cove on the northwest shore of Zakynthos.
This half-mile long beach just north of Argostoli, Kefalonia is surrounded by white rocky cliffs adorned with beautiful green foliage.
Elafonisi beach lies about 75 km southwest of Chania town.
Well-known for its shallow waters, this beach is a great place for visitors with children.
Located on the southwest coast of the Ionian island of Lefkada, Egremni beach is one of the premier tourist destinations in Greece.
Balos beach is located in the farthest Northwestern corner of Crete off of the Gramvousa peninsula.