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Red Beach

6,115 Reviews

Red Beach

6,115 Reviews
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Get off Santorini’s main island and explore the volcanic islets around it, which are home to unique volcanic landscapes. Visit two islets accessible only by boat. Sail to Nea Kameni to hike up to the crater of the active volcano (own expense) and to Palea Kameni, where you can soak in naturally-heated pools.
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MarcusHurley wrote a review Oct 7
Bristol, United Kingdom6,824 contributions653 helpful votes
This beach is worth the 5 mins walk from parking area to view the rocks but if you want to actually get onto the beach it's another 5 to 10 minutes of rocky scrambling. The beach didn't seem overcrowded but it wasn't deserted either. Parking is before you reach the pretty church of St Nikolaos.
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Date of experience: October 2020
duhoz wrote a review Oct 4
Beroun, Czech Republic4,494 contributions334 helpful votes
For me the beach is stunning BUT only if looking from the platform down on it. Otherwise an ordinary beach full of tourists. The beach is just narrow line as some part of beach is close or barricaded due to landslides or falling stones. Water is full of seaweeds, still water is clean. At the far end there is tavern. The best way how to get to the beach is to take a rent ca or scooter as with public bus is not convenient.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Gavin P wrote a review Sep 2020
Rainham, United Kingdom46 contributions7 helpful votes
We only saw Red Beach from our boat. We were told that people are banned from going there due to the landslides but we still saw people walking down to it. It's only a thin sliver of beach and not very attractive.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Alastair A wrote a review Sep 2020
Tring, United Kingdom38 contributions6 helpful votes
Honestly don't get the hype. It's red (ish). it's small, it's hard to get too, it didn't look safe and looked like there could be a landslide at any time. We stayed for 10 mins then left to go somewhere else. I certainly wouldn't go with kids, the route to the beach itself is dangerous.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Zia B wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom129 contributions16 helpful votes
This is worth a visit if you can. The red of the rocks is beautiful, the water calm and therefore safe for small ones. However there are limited facilities for toilets, cafes etc and also it’s a bit of a walk, to get there and then down to the beach. It’s worth it, but be mindful sensible shoes may be helpful or take it very slow. From the car park it’s about a 10 mins some bits are steep and rocky. The car park is free there is a cafe there when you arrive. The beach is small pebbles and in a slight cove so less waves.
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Date of experience: September 2020