Aspri (white) beach. Huge white rocks, pumice stone, black sand and white pebbles, crystalline waters: this small beach contrasts with Kokkini (Red beach) which is nearby. It has umbrellas and sun beds, along with a canteen.
Columbos. Small black pebbles and a huge impressive rock offering its shadow in the hot hours of the day. At a short distance, east of Columbos, is the underwater crater which erupted in 1650.
Kamari. Groups of tourists from all over the world, ...countless umbrellas and sun beds, sea sports, hotels, cafés, restaurants, beach bars, gift shops: This beach, one of the largest in the Cyclades, seems to have it all!
Kokkini (red) beach. A fiery beach and a real attraction of the island! The view of the red, almost vertical, volcanic rocks and the small, reddish pebbles will leave you breathless. The volcanic scenery is dotted by white umbrellas and the figures of people coming here with their colorful clothes and accessories to marvel at the wild landscape, take a swim, or rent a canoe or sea bicycle to enjoy the view from the water.
Perivolos-Perissa. The most trendy and popular beach of the island. Not only because of its black sand and crystal-clear waters, but also due to a string of modern or ethnic beach bars providing their guests with dreamy beds, rags and large pillows laying on the sand. There are water sports as well as beach volley courts, restaurants, taverns, café-bars, clubs, hotels.
Vlyhada. The white volcanic rocks are quite striking at Vlyhada, but the beach can get quite windy during the summer. It is organized at parts. On the beach, at the area called Hanes, you will find «Theros wave bar».