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Although overlooked by a few properties up the hill they were all closed up for the winter at the start of October so I had the beach completely to myself for a couple of hours. Great for snorkling. Nice walk around the rocks by the...More
Need to walk a bit to reach the beach from the main road but soo worth it! From the one end the beach is so rough from the winds however just a few meters opposite its soo calm. Peabled beach with clear blue waters. Not...More
The beach provides a great variety of scenery, from rocks, sea, islands. Is well sheltered and has two beaches so that when the wind blows one way you can sit on the other beach, although the smaller beach had some rubbish washed up on it....More
It almost feels a sin reviewing this place as it is such a great hidden gem. The beach is around 150-200m wide with crystal clear waters, though even in late July there were no more than 10 people present. The location, with a slightly more...More
What is unique about this place is that it has 2 beaches one opposite to the other so choose which one you prefer depending on weather. On the hill there is the church of Agios Sostis.
Unfortunately there are only few spots with shadow to...More
It was an average beach with not even a cooler place like a tree to stay under. You cannot stay longer than 2 hours under the hot sun. The church though had a great view. Hospital people in the church offered us cool water.
I always visit Agios Sostis when I go to Serifos, it's one of my most favorites along with Vagia and Ganema - actually one of my most favorites in all islands I have visited so far.
Be prepared for a friendly beach without beach-bars or...More