Greece has one of the longest coastlines in the world – almost 16.000km. The mainland and island areas end in a myriad variety of coastlines, with countless beautiful small beaches, charming bays and coves. Half of the aforementioned length includes the thousands of Greek islands scattered through the Greek seas, while the rest extends along the mainland. The Greek shores are world-famous and exceedingly popular because they are known for their crystal clean and clear waters, as well as for their unique diversity. Visitors have the opportunity to enjoy beaches stretching along over many kilometers, sheltered bays and coves, golden stretches of sand with dunes, pebble beaches, coastal caves with steep rocks and dark sand typical of volcanic soil.

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The crystal clear waters, the white sand and the wild landscape capturing every visitor.

Moni is a beautiful island with lush vegetation without inhabitants, only deer, small horses, wild boar, peacocks, pheasants and squirrels that come close to you to feed them. Its beaches have deep, clean waters, suitable for underwater fishing.

In the past the beach was used by nudes mainly, but recently it became popular and all tourists occupy it.

Located on the east coast of Sithonia, Portokali Beach or Orange Beach, as they also call it, lies somewhere between Sarti and Vourvourou. Its original name in Greek is Kavourotripes

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