To the west of the fishing shelter of Santorini lies the beach of Vlychada. White volcanic rocks and black sand compose a unique setting to enjoy your bath. The well-preserved tomato factory in the area hosts a number of entertainment events.
Coming down from Emporio, Perivolos is the first beach you will come across. Black sand, cafes and restaurants make up the image of an authentic Santorini beach.
Awarded with two Blue Flags, the beach of Kamari with its black sand and impeccable tourist organization is one of your choices for swimming in Santorini. Plenty of cafes and restaurants to keep you going, and you'll also find shops for all kinds of shopping.
The natural continuation of the beach of Perivolos and awarded with the Blue Flag beach of Perissa with its black sand offers you a series of proposals for food and drink as well as water sports.
The most famous beach of Santorini since it is the only beach with this color. A crimson rock juts out into the sea strongly reminding of the volcanic origin of the island. It is located in the village of Akrotiri and you will need to walk the path to swim but also take lots of pictures.