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The Achla beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece and for a good reason since it is much more than a beach.
Achla, Andros Island, Greece
Ateni beach is located in the northeastern part of Andros and is only 12 kilometres from Batsi. In fact, it is not one, but two sandy and stunning beaches.
Ateni beach, Andros, Greece
Charm is the word that comes to mind of anyone who sees Batsi Beach, even if it continuously sees it, over and over again.
Batsi, Andros, Greece
Fellos Beach is a beautiful, long and sandy beach located in the northwest of Andros, in the homonymous cove, just after the village that bears its name.
Fellos beach, Andros, Greece
Each island seems to have its own Golden Sand, but the Golden Sand Beach of Andros appears to be shinier. It’s really gold!
Golden Sand Beach, Andros, Greece
The Grias Pidima beach is the most characteristic one of Andros. However, the approach to it is slightly adventurous.
Grias Pidima, Andros, Greece
Kypri Beach is one of the most windless beaches on the island. In a bay considered to be the most protected by the wind anchorages that can be found in Greece.
Kypri, Andros, Greece
Neimporio beach was always the cosmopolitan beach of Andros since in the past access to others; more remote beaches was made only by boats.
Chora, Andros, Greece
Paraporti Beach lies on the right of the Chora peninsula. It is a long coastline with lots of sand and bushes behind it that offer protection from the sun.
Paraporti Beach, Andros, Greece
Piso Gialia beach is one of the most crowded beaches on the island. It is relatively easy to access, from the road to Stenies and the stairs from the chapel of Agia Fotini.
Piso Gialia beach, Andros, Greece
St. Peter’s beach is the longest beach on the island, almost one kilometre long. It is so vast that even in the days around the 15th of August, never seems packed.
St. Peter's beach, Andros, Greece
Beach Vitali, Andros