This is a big Must-Go! The experience starts with the steep descending road down to the beach (a bit like the road that takes you down to the port in Santorini). The mountains are so high and so imposing that it is overwhelming. The famous local monastery is like a small dot on them, when looked at from the sea. The beach is actually a scattering of many different places: a big rock as you go down with coves left and right, and there is more if you walk further to the right side. An added bonus is that this a clothes-optional place. Two decades ago it was full of nude people. Nowadays, the nudist part has shrank. Still, depending on the day you go naked even at the very front, on the immediate right of the big rock (avoid doing so on the left side, under the small chapel). On the far right beach one can find the nudist core - avoid going there if you do not want to take off some of your swimming attire.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.