Chrisi Milia Beach
The only fine-sand beach of Alonnisos is blessed with shallow waters. Kids bliss! Try to find the golden apple tree - that's what Chrisi Milia means.
Like most other beaches of northern Alonissos, Milia has pebbles, exquisite views into the wild, and not much else around. Good snorkeling. Small bar present.
Agios Dimitrios Beach
A popular beach, Agios Dimitrios, has lots of space for everyone. There's a couple of beach bars adding comfort and easiness to your beach experience.
Leftos Gialos Beach
Leftos Gialos is a windless bay that combines the white of the pebbles, the green of the pine trees, and the blue of the sea.
A beach unlike all the others. The red hues on the rocks contrast the green of the trees that surround you. And then, the sea's blue. A feast of colors.
Mikros Mourtias Beach
Sandwiched between rocky, lush-green hills, Mikros Mourtias is isolated and preferred by nudists. No umbrellas or loungers.
Rousoum Gialos Beach
Rousoum Gialos is a white-pebble beach on a small bay with all amenities are found a stone's throw away. It gets crowded and noisy.
Although the port is next door, the sea at Patitiri beach is crystal-clear clean. Cliffs, hanging trees, pebbles... you must be in Alonnisos.
Tsoukalia is a pebble beach by an old abandoned windmill. Without other buildings around, a landscape unpolluted by modern civilization. And sunsets!
Glifa BeachSteni Vala
A steep beach with pebbles and clear waters, without big waves. Peaceful, close to a small village with amenities, it's great for swimming but not for walking.
Megalos Mourtias Beach
Small-pebble beach with easy access from Alonnisos Chora. The sea is more enjoyable with a mask and snorkel. Ashore, there are two taverns.
At Votsi beach, you find yourself at the feet of steep cliffs with trees hanging overhead. A bliss, only out of the high season.