There are so many places to visit in Folegandros.
Here we suggest you our beloved ones and we are more than willing to help you for the rest of them.
On the South
Katergo is one of the most famous beaches of Folegandros. It is a long beach with crystal clear waters. It is not easily accessible but it attracts many visitors. It is an isolated beach and the closest place where you can find services is 30 min away on foot or with private boat from the port, so be well prepared.
Livadaki is a small beach in a small cove, fully protected from the winds. There you will see the lighthouse of Aspropounta. Very clean waters and fine pebbles, usually with a few visitors. Since the beach is isolated, you may enjoy nudism and diving. No facilities are available there, so do not forget to take water and your umbrella with you. Access to the beach is possible with the excursion boats departing from Agali or on foot from Ano Meria, through the trails starting from various places in Ano Meria (1hour).
Ambeli is a beach on the northwest of Folegandros. The beach is small the bay is nice and the water is crystal clear.
Because of its untouched natural beauty, there are no facilities on the beach, so you need to get organized with supplies.
The beach of Galifos is easy to reach through a ath, at a 10min walking distance from Agali, at the western part of the island. Do not forget to bring along water and an umbrella for shade, as there is no other natural shade.
The small sandy Fira beach is located on the south of Agali. It is easily accessible by taking the path from Agali -15 min- or from the main road -30 min-. The quiet beach has clear waters and is protected from almost all the winds .
Agali Beach is ideal for families. There are several traditional restaurants around. The beach is sandy. On foot, you can reach the nearby sandy cove of Fyra, Galifos and Ayios Nikolaos. The beach is reachable by bus, car or a small boat from Karavostasi.
The golden sand of Agios Nikolaos Beach is situated at an approximately 20 minute distance from Agali. The accessibility of the pebbled beach is possible only on foot or by small excursion boats. The tamarisks there will provide you with shade while you are not enjoy the crystal clear water. In the area there are traditional restaurants with fresh fish and various specialties of your desire.
On the North
is some 1200 meters south of Karavostasi(s), the main port of the island. Shade can be found under the trees. It is a beach with sand and fine
pebbles ideal for young people who enjoy beach sports.
A small cove, Latinaki beach, is situated at a distance of some 800 meters far from Karavostassi and there are facilities available. It is a pretty secluded beach, where you can enjoy the calmness and the crystal clear blue sea. The view of the islands across completes the absolute scenic landscape. The high rocks separate the beach in several tiny, secluded, almost private beaches.
Karavostassis or Chochlidiais a beach with big pebbles, located in the harbor, and in front of the homonymous small settlement, located 3.5 km southeast of Chora. Accessible in any possible way.
By walking on the road on the right of the port (Karavostasshs) and between the to beaches Latinaki and Livadi, you will find two smaller beaches Pountaki and Vitsentzos, so small that they may only fit you and your
Vorina Beach offers a combination of marine and terrestrial sports when the weather is appropriate, thus remaining an amazing choice. There is access to the beach only by foot, or boat. The great wild nature during the hiking is amazing and the path ends up at the sandy small beach of Vorina. Don't forget to bring water, food and fruit, because there are no taverns near the beach.
If you want to stay near the town center and you prefer the sand to the pebble of the Karavostassis beach, behind the port of the island lies the Vardia Beach, , which is the perfect choice. You can reach the beach is through approximately 100 stairs. Unique and central beach.
Serfiotiko beach is a small beach uninhabited and the access is by sea only by private boat or through the path starting from the settlement of Ano Meria. Some tamarisk trees offer shade, which is rich in the afternoon. Bring your own stuff because there are no facilities nearby.
Agios Georgiosbeach is a sandy beach with fine pebbles. The sea is crystal clear and, although remote enough, the beach attracts many people. The access is easy byprivate vehicle, or by foot. Just behind the tamarisk trees, which share their shade, you will see the whitewashed small church of Aghios Georgios.