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Beaches, Greece

Greece actually has one of the longest coastlines in the world, stretching as far as 16,000 km. Each and every beach situated in beautiful Greece offers glittering turquoise waters and white sandy bays. Even better, there are a handful of secluded, unspoiled beaches where you can unwind entirely.

Balos Beach

Hiding towards the north west tip of Crete between the Cape Gramvousa and Cape Tigani, is a beach like no other; Balos Beach.

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Canal D’Armour Beach

Also known as “The Channel of Love,” Canal D’Armour is a beautiful, unique beach on the Greek island of Corfu.

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Lalaria Beach

Named after the Greek word for pebbles, Lalaria beach is one of Greece’s most famous and picturesque beaches, with turquoise waters and fascinating rock formations providing the perfect backdrop for visitors to take in while they unwind.

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Mytros Beach

Surrounded by the feet of two tall, striking mountains, Myrtos beach is a spectacular beach on the beautiful Greek island of Kefalonia.

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Porto Katsiki Beach

Sitting at the bottom of a pale concave cliff on the Greek island of Lefkada, Porto Katsiki is renowned for its glorious blue seas and stunning natural landscape.

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Red Beach

The aptly named Red Beach in Santorini is one of the most unique beaches in the world.

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Shipwreck Bay

Navagio Beach, better known as Shipwreck Bay, is one of the most iconic beaches in Greece.

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Super Paradise Beach

With events and parties taking place throughout the summer, Super Paradise Beach on the island of Mykonos is one of Greece’s best party beaches.

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Thapsa Beach

Thapsa Beach is one of the most glorious hidden gems on the Greek island of the Euboea.

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Vlychada Beach

Also known as “Moon Beach” due to its moon shaped landscape, Vlychada Beach is a stunning beach on Santorini’s south coast, recognised for its unique cliffs and dark volcanic sand.

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