Top 5 Beaches You Must Visit In Greece

When it comes to Greece, the first thing that pops up in our head is beaches. Greece has one of the longest coastlines in the world which is filled with beautiful landscapes. It has a great deal to present to its tourist. Given below are the list of the most beautiful beaches of Greece. 

  • Red beach 

As the name suggests, it is a stunning red beach situated in the area of Akrotiri, Santorini. It is a volcanic sand beach on the Aegean Island. It is famous for being so strikingly colourful. You can go for snorkelling and explore the beautiful underwater world. If you want to rest, then you can easily rent sunbeds with umbrellas and enjoy the splendid view of the ocean.


  • Super Paradise Beach 

It is situated in the Cyclades region of Mykonos. If you are a party person then this is the beach for you. It is filled with dozen of luxurious bars, nightclubs and restaurants. There is a water sports rental on the beach for playing in the bay. There are self-service restaurants with hot and cold food available. You can also enjoy the splendid crystalline water and golden sand of the beach. It has the translucent turquoise water which definitely shocks you. 


  • Navagio Beach 

This beach is also known by the name Shipwreck Beach after an old wooden shipwreck was found buried in the sand above the waterline. Its is considered to be one of the most iconic beaches, located on the Ionian island of Zakynthos. This beach is only accessible by sea. It is the most-photographed location due to the shipwreck present in the centre. If you are visiting this beach, book the tour that includes a visit to the Blue Caves. This tour will take you to the insides of the caves and you will witness the dazzling light show by the Ionian Sea. the seawater has impossible shades of blue which will amaze you to the core. 


  • Elafonisi Beach

if you are searching for your dreamscape, then this is the perfect place for you, situated in the southwestern corner of Crete. The uniqueness of the beach lies in its turquoise water, fine white-oink sand and soft rose dunes. You can wake up to the Elafonisi’s Islet which is 50 yards away from the beach and is connected by the isthmus. It is marked by the low dunes and string of semi-secluded coves. 


  • Ornos Beach 

It is the closest beach to the capital situated in front of a small fishing village. There are hotels that allow direct access to the sea. It is a family-oriented beach with sandy shores on the Cycladic Isle of the Mykonos. It is much like a self-contained resort area which bears all kinds of facilities. Your kids can also swim into the waters safely as it deepens gradually. 


These are the top beaches that you must visit on your trip to Greece. You will get amazing packages under Greece Holiday Packages in Pickyourtrail’s website.