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Got the boat from the port which is €8 each for return trip.
There are lots of beds on the beach at €8 for two with sunshade.
You can get drinks on the beach, and there is a toilet, which is not the case with...More
As I saw the pics from other tourist I didn’t want to go there but We end up a boat to this beach. It was beautiful And really quiet. No crowd, nice weather, cristal clear water. You should bring goggles to enjoy the beauty of...More
All beaches are private and therefore you have to pay to enjoy them on Hydra. Considering this, Vlichos was rather unexpensive (4€ per seat) and the beach itself, albeit artificial, is very enjoyable for a lazy afternoon.
Vlichos was the first beach we could find from Hydra Town that had shallow enough water for our kids to swim.
It is a scenic 20 minute walk from town and offers umbrellas, crystal clear water and a restaurant overlooking the beach.
Our kids had...More
Hydra is not for beach's, but if you do want to visit one it s going to be a very expensive experience, the cheapest way to get to one of the beach's is 8 euro return by group taxi boat, if you take a water...More
The beach is small but nice. No music so you can hear the waves. It is like a treatment for your soul.
Great service nearby.
Shade, seats, keep in mind that you need special shoes because there are a lot of stones in the water...More
I loved this beach! We also went to St. Nikolas beach but this one had more amenities like restrooms, more food options and accepted credit card. The water is pretty and the chairs and umbrellas are great and free of charge. It’s a little bit...More
Hydra is not really a beach-resort island. This is a serviceable, pebbly beach about a 20-mintue walk from the harbor. The shaded sun beds are comfortable, and will set you back 3 Euros per person. There is a nice cafe, and water service to your...More