Dragonera: One of the most beautiful beaches on the island, with sand and pebbles, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and pines trees that come down to the sea. The sunsets here are magnificent and the amenities include a canteen.
Mareza: Not exactly a beach but part of the rocky shoreline, surrounded by pine trees, which is an ideal platform for diving into the deep pristine waters of the sea. Access is via a path that goes from the village of Limenaria to Mareza Bay.
Halikiada: The island’s most impressive beach is located in a rocky cove with large pebbles and shallow turquoise waters with a gentle incline. The wild beauty of the high steep rocks and the sense of seclusion make the location especially popular among nudists. The beach has no amenities at all and is accessible via a narrow dirt road from the village of Skala.
Skala: A long stretch of golden sand with shallow crystal-clear waters next to the natural harbour of Skala. The beach has tourist amenities and is especially popular among families with children. The whitewashed Church of the Holy Unmercenaries, with its impressive blue dome, stands at one end. The area has a number of restaurants and bars where the nightlife goes on into the small hours of the morning.
Skliri: A rocky beach with sandy coves and crystal-clear blue waters surrounded by pine trees. Its gentle curve offers great views of neighbouring Aegina and the Saronic Gulf. Umbrellas and sun loungers are provided by the café and the snack bar.