The closest beach to Skala (only 15 min on foot) is sandy, with tamarisk trees and the basic amenities mainly available at the nearby camping site of the island.
Didimes paralies (eng. “Twin beaches” or Linginou beaches)
Two successive, identical small pebbly bays with crystalline waters, separated by a huge rock, ideal to enjoy peaceful moments by the sea.
Famous for its multicolored pebbles (increasingly less, as many visitors tend to take some with them), this beach offers beautiful waters, the nice shade of tamarisk trees, a beach bar and a restaurant.
The long and sandy beach of the same name touristic settlement is popular and offers a variety of amenities.
A wild beauty, one of the island’s top beaches, with golden sand, lovely waters, dunes and tamarisk trees. It attracts campers and nudists at its south part.
The most popular beach of Patmos is situated at the crowded settlement of Kambos.
This pebbly, organized beach with cold waters, offers peaceful moments and fantastic views to the mountain.
Isolated, tranquil sandy cove, close to Pachia Ammos. You have to descend a steep path in order to reach it, but it’s worth the effort.
Popular, beautiful long seashore with crystalline light blue waters – the only sandy beach on the island. A
An endless beach with grey shingles, rocks and a truly fascinating landscape (as a result of volcanic activity).