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The island of Spetses boasts numerous wonderful beaches, most of which are lined with pine forests and have crystal clear waters.  Almost all of them are accessible by the 22 km circular coast road, or from the sea by a small boat or water taxi.
 

Aghia Paraskevi

On the island’s southwest side, this is one of the most beautiful beaches against the backdrop of a green pine forest.  Organized, with water-sports facilities, it is also connected with the Dapia harbour by boat.
 

Zogeria

On the northwest side, consisting of a larger and a smaller bay embraced by pines, with clear turquoise waters and golden sand.  There are sun beds and umbrellas on one side.  You can also get there by a small boat leaving from Dapia.
 

Ligoneri

One of the island’s most peaceful beaches, located at the margin of the town of Spetses, west of the Dapia harbour.  Organized, although small in size, it is fringed by pine trees and has coloured pebbles and clear azure waters. 
 

Aghioi Anargyroi

A long beach on the southwest side, organized and very popular, with water-sports, a bar and a restaurant.  This beach is also connected with the Dapia harbour by boat.  While here, it’s worth seeing the beautiful and romantic Bekiri’s Cave, or Cave of Lovers, a short distance off the right end.
 

Kounoupitsa

The beach at Kounoupitsa, to the left of the harbour, running along the coastal road, is essentially a succession of smaller beaches with either pebble or sand, where one can swim in the town’s proximity, or enjoy a meal or drink in one of the picturesque taverns and bars by the sea.
 

Anargyrios Scholi (Anargyrios School)

This enormous beach starts from the northwest end of the town and spreads in front of the renowned naval schools, Anargyrios and Korgialenios.
Beautiful, with sand or fine pebbles, it offers a wonderful view to the coast of Peloponnese across.  Aside sun beds and parasols, you’ll find a lovely beach-bar serving food and drink all day long.   As the beach is close to the town, you can also get there on foot, by bicycle or even by a traditional horse-drawn carriage.
 

Aghios Mamas

To the right of the central harbour of Dapia and on the way to the Old Harbour, this long and picturesque sandy beach also features several lovely sea taverns.  Along with the smaller beach of Aghios Nikolaos next to it, it gets quite crowded during the summer months by locals and those who prefer to swim without leaving the town.
 

Aghia Marina

Very popular, organized and among the island’s most beautiful beaches, it offers various water activities, a bar and restaurant, as well as an impressive view to the private-owned islet Spetsopoula.
 

Kouzounos

With crystal waters and fine, coloured pebbles, it is one of the quietest and most natural beaches of Spetses, on the southeast side, across the islet Spetsopoula.
 

Xylokeriza

Located on the south side, this one is remote and peaceful, although organized.  With blue-green clear waters against a beautiful natural setting, the beach also has a small bar for drinks and snacks.
 

Vrellos

Beautiful and fringed by pine trees on the island’s northern side, it is organized despite its small size.  It has a beach-volley facility and a cool beach-bar attracting the youth.
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