Perivolos - Perissa

Perissa and Perivolos known as Santorini’s largest black sand beach has got deep sparkling waters and is covered in black lava sand.
The beach is well-organized with copious amounts of lounge chairs, umbrellas, water sports, seaside cafes, restaurants and beach bars.


Kamari is a lot like Perissa, Perivolos. Similar waters, black lava sand with few larger pebbles, organized with sun beds and umbrellas, offers all along a pedestrian walk with cafes and restaurants in a family friendly environment. Over Kamari at a height of 360 meters you can visit an ancient city, called “Ancient Thira”.

Red Beach

Red Beach is enclosed by steep red hills that create a captivating, wild scenery. 
Visitors will have to walk about 5 minutes downhill on a rocky path to reach the beach. From there you can go to Kambia Beach, White Beach and Mesa Pigadia by boat, White Beach is only accessible by boat and is another distinguishing beach. It is white pebbled surrounded by white towering cliffs that form a beautiful, small cove. Kambia Beach & Mesa Pigadia can also be accessed by car through two different drives on dirt road and you can find a local tavern on both these beaches.
Vlyhada stands out for the overwhelming carved cliffs that resemble a sculptor’s work but is, in fact, a natural process owed to the volcano, the wind and the sea. It is a lengthy beach with relatively shallow waters and dark volcanic sand and pebbles.
The Sailing and Yachting Center is also found in Vlychada, in the small charming port close to the beach. Additionally, you can visit the Tomato Industrial Museum, a former tomato factory, and enjoy a guided tour concerning the traditional methods of cultivation and production of the tomato, a well-known product of Santorini.
Koloumbos Beach framed by a dramatic cliff is secluded and located on the north east coast of Santorini. You have to park your vehicle on the street and then follow a narrow path that leads to the beach.
Caldera Beach
Caldera Beach located in Akrotiri, as its name suggests, it’s one of the few beaches on the island that are actually on the caldera coast with great views of the caldera, the volcano islands, the towns of Fira, Imerovigli, Firostefani and Oia.