It is not the beaches that are lacking in the sublime archipelago of the Cyclades. No matter which island you live in, you will always find a sublime beach not far from your luxury villa. You will even find some villas that offer direct access to the beach, to make the most of relaxation with family or friends.
Villanovo have found for you the most beautiful beaches in the Cyclades so that you can enjoy your holidays in exceptional settings.
In this corner you will find solitary and isolated coves where you can perfect your tan in a picture perfect setting. Red Beach is a volcanic beach with black sand, which gives it a special charm.
This beach is worth the detour as it is original. No sand in Sarakiniko, but rather white rocks with some cliffs from which you can dive. There is a lunar atmosphere in this unique landscape that seems to make a nice connection to the famous whiteness of the Greek houses that populate the island of Milos.
This is really part of the must-see in Milos, so you have to see it for yourself. Plan to go early to Sarakiniko as it is very busy (and you can understand why).
You will find very good beach restaurants nearby to enjoy a great meal or a refreshing cocktail.
Situated about 10 minutes from the port of Fourni Town in Serifos, this beach is ideal for families with children as there are trees along the beach that bring a little shade to this superb sunny beach.
There are also beach bars that offer umbrellas directly on the beach so you can enjoy relaxing in the cool. However, you should take shoes because there are a few rocks on the seashore and you could get hurt.
Located on the East coast of Paros, this fine sandy beach is perfect for a moment of relaxation and idleness. Here, it is not unpleasant to walk barefoot for long walks by the sea as the sand is soft under your feet. With 700 metres in length, you will always find the perfect place to set down your towel!
For water sports enthusiasts, visit Golden Beach in August where the annual "Professional Windsurfing World Cup" is held, where you will see the world's windsurfing champions compete.
On this beach, do not plan to bask in the sun. Paradise Beach, like Mykonos, is dedicated to the festival! So you can enjoy music and some refreshing cocktails in a dream setting.
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A calm and quiet beach where you can enjoy a relaxing afternoon during your stay in Tinos. The sea is shallow so it is an ideal place to have fun with family and especially for small children, or for snorkeling. You will find, at the end of the beach, a small picturesque church that adds to the charm of Tinos and its surroundings.
If you walk a little further to the East of Porto, you will come across the beach called "Pacheia Ammos" - literally "thick sand" - which is even prettier and less crowded than the first one and where you can play a game of volleyball.
This beach is known as it extends to the foot of the famous monastery of Amorgos. The view is breathtaking, with the gold of the cliffs, the green of the lush vegetation and the crystalline blue of the water... a real dream setting for unforgettable moments of relaxation.
As the sea is deep in this corner, you can put on your fins and snorkel to discover the seabed and its multicoloured inhabitants for yourself. It is not for nothing that Luc Besson decided to allow Jacques Mayol to grow up here in the film ‘Grand Bleu’.
It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece with its turquoise water and white sand. It is protected from the wind so it allows families and groups of friends to spend quality time on the beach and to relax peacefully.
It is impossible not to mention a beach in Antiparos among the most beautiful beaches of the Cyclades. This beach is large enough to accommodate families and groups of friends who want to enjoy a pleasant day at the beach.
Even off season, this beach is worth a visit as the decor of the surrounding corners is very beautiful. With its pebbles and its wonderful water, you will be amazed by this little corner of paradise, far from the hordes of tourists that we usually meet on the beaches of Mykonos or Santorini.