Located in a small inlet surrounded by an otherwise rocky coastline in the far south of Naxos, Kalados Beach is one of the island’s more isolated stretches of sand, but is no less beautiful for that. As an ‘unorganised beach’, visitors won’t find sunbeds or umbrellas for hire, and other amenities are limited to a sole tavern providing refreshments. It makes Kalados Beach an ideal destination for those looking for sun, sea and solitude while staying elsewhere on the island.
The beach’s relative seclusion also means visitors will need private transport to reach the crystalline waters here, and be happy to head down a good condition dirt road for the final three-kilometre stretch. However, Kalados is a great spot for offshore fishing by boat, with the area’s submerged outcrops providing plenty of habitats for predator and prey species.
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