This is a much quieter beach, as it has the nudist part.
It is quite a walk, as you have to park up and then walk, first down some steps and across the first beach, then a little climb up and down the other side of some rocks, across a further beach, through some more rocks, then you arrive at the nudist beach.
There are a couple of snack bars along the way, one on each beach, and the beaches do have umberellas and sunshades to rent.
The nudist beach is by far the best, and the quietest, a bit stony and a few large ants in places, but a lot less people, and the people that are there are all ages/shapes/sizes, and there is no hassle and plenty of room for everybody.
Dont lay to close to the waters edge, as we learnt, as with any passing boats, the waves will quickly come in and whip all your belongings out to sea!!
We hired a quad to access the beach, but there are regular buses from Skopelos harbour roughly every twenty minutes, although the buses do get packed quite quickly, and although there is a bus stop at the top of the road from the beach, I wouldn't fancy waiting for a bus in the heat, especially if it turns up full!