Greece Beaches

Greece Beaches

The beaches of Greece are some of the most breath taking and unique in the world.

Potami Bucht
Sarakiniko Beach located o­n Milos Island in the Cyclades prefecture of Greece is the single most photographed coastline in the Aegean portion of the Mediterranean Sea. This claim to fame can make for peak season crowding, but the astounding rock formations that make up the beach will more than distract from other visitors. For travelers who wish to stay o­n the island of Milos the Aeolis Hotel is the best place to lodge. This hotel will offer a relaxing break from the bustle of the beaches and a room there comes with all the amenities you could ask for. From the hotel you'll o­nly be 500 meters from the beaches and 250 meters from the official Milos port.

Chalkos beach in Kythira, Greece is small but very popular beach with hundreds of visitors every year. Located at the end of a bumpy path from the Chora-Kalamos route, Chalkos is windy and gorgeous. This beach is o­nly 200 meters in length with a sand and shingle coast. The Corte O. Hotel in the captial of Kythria, Chora is a dreamlike hotel to stay in while visiting Chalkos beach. Rooms from this venue offer an unobstructed view of the valley through the valley before it.

Anthony Quinn Bay
Hoards of tourists flock to Platis Gialos o­n the island of Mykonos. This is what you picture when you think of a Grecian beach vacation. The shining sand stretches for miles along and endless clear blue ocean. This is what is considered an organized, or corporate, beach with water front hotels, sun beds, water sports and plenty of bars and restaurants. Stavroula Studios is an excellent family run hotel to rest your head while staying at Platis Gialos.