A very scenic beach that is very rocky. If you go it is very helpful to have water shoes. There is a lot of walking and climbing to get to the beach so make sure to bring good shoes and water. This beach is not...More
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We got there by bus from Perissa. Please note the bus does not drop you right on the beach; get off at the tree opposite the museum, there is a sign pointing the way to Red beach. You walk past various car & quad bike...More
Santorini is not an island you come for fabulous beaches. That being said, this beach is a geological marvel, with it's red pebbly "sand" and rusty red cliffs (pebbles are red near the water, the sand further to water seems more black with a hint...More
Free car parking, snack bar and beverage stand, blue domed church, breathtaking views, red faced cliff walk to the beach, taxi boats to white and black beaches, clear waters and a lovely swim. Can get very busy. Accessible by car or quad, public bus would...More
Red beach is vibrant and spectacular. A private boat trip to see the beach in all its glory from the sea is a strong recommendation.
Quite spectacular view indeed! White and red beach/cliffs right next to each other. Best way to see and experience it would be on a boat cruise where they let you jump into the water and swim around a bit, the beach itself is uncomfortable -...More
The best thing about this beach is the approach and the surprise of encountering the red cliffs meeting the sea. The beach was not very big and it was crowded. The water temperature was under 20C for sure at the beginning of May.
Great to go and stay for a quick dip. Color is really "red" like some of the photos, more rust colored. Beach is closed because of falling rocks. we rented loungers, which were in terrible condition and paid $50 for 4! Ridiculous! Water here is...More