Agios Sotiras beach is sandy and has shallow waters. Located in a protected area with distinctive beauty, it's ideal for nature lovers.
Hop out of the car into the sea - well, almost. One of Thrace's most beautiful beaches with good odds of an incredible sunset, so stay till late.
Agios Georgios (Makri) Beach
Agios Georgios is a thick-sand-and-stones beach with clear waters. Enjoy drinks at the beach bar and food at the tavern. Just great!
A cosmopolitan, well-organized sandy beach of Alexandroupoli that attracts people of all ages. The beach-bar area can get really crowded.
Paralia Dikellon is a long thick-sand beach - partly organized, partly rough. Waters are clean but mind a few stones and rocks in the sea.
A pristine place for meditative moments. Marmaritsa is a rock beach surrounded by rough boulders and cliffs. Accessible through a long dirt road.
Pebble beach with deep and clear waters. It attracts mostly young people thanks to the beach bar. Fantastic views of Samothraki.
On Nea Chili shore, Kalamaki is the town's beach. It has clear waters, small pebbles, and a red-soil cliff which, for a Greek beach, is unusual.
Petrota is a pristine, undeveloped, cliffside beach. Be mindful of sea urchins, and don't forget your mask and snorkel. Small beach bar present.
A sandy, well-organized beach that is awarded the blue flag for its cleanliness. The standard option for beach-goers when in Alexandroupolis.
The remote and peaceful Sinaxi beach has crystal-clear waters and accessible chiefly by sea. It attracts nature lovers and campers.