The beach has fine red sand and rocks. There are chairs and umbrellas for rent, and paddle boats as well. Plenty of sand and good swimming, all within a mile of and ancient Minoan settlement
An array of water sports is available at Perissa (water skiing, windsurfing and paddle boats), one of the most popular beaches on the island. The unique black lava sand and clear deep blue sea are the main attraction. Seafront taverns, hotels, camping facilities and trees for shade add to the attraction. The beach is located at the southeaster tip of Santorini
Kamari Beach is located in the town of Kamari. This black sand beach stretches for 7 km (4 miles) in length along the eastern coast of the island. Beach bars, fish taverns, and a variety of water sports are available along the length of the beach
This beach is located at the bottom of the cliff that stretches up to the city of Ia. If you're ready for the climb down and back, you'll be rewarded by having a fresh fish dinner as the fishing boats unload their cargo.
One of the most impressive beach on the island of Santorini. Imposing white rocks carved into extraordinary shapes by the winds. Be careful as you enter the water, there are rocks just below the surface.
Just north of Kamari and on the eastern coast is the beach of Monolithos. Here you will find more peace and quiet than other Santorini beaches, however with all the comforts of the other beaches as there are bungalows and facilities for snacks and meals available.
Another of the quiet variety beaches on the island with small taverns and rooms to let opposite the beach. It is located on the southern tip of the island. Sport facilities are available.