Pebbled beach where you can go by walking through a cement road behind Stavros, which goes on to become a dirt road. If there is still that wire mesh in the suspicion that the dirt road may be private, just pass by it.
It is located 1km east of the port (Stavros) and it is the only beach on the island that hosts nudists. On its seabed there is a unique spectacle. Enter the sea with a mask on and seek for the relics of a German warship which was sunk by the allies during World War II. There is a canteen.
Beach with golden sand and green waters in which many boats moor off shore. You will go there through paths (it is signposted) either from the main road or from Mersini.
The port beach is sandy and has turquoise waters. You can eat and have a coffee at the coastal shops.
Beaches of Kalotaritissa
Sapounochoma. This is how the first, very small beach of Kalotaritissa is called, beside the road. Mesa Ammos. It is the second and basic beach of Kalotaritissa, with green waters and sand. Trypiti. Where Mesa Ammos ends, you will find the path towards Trypiti.
Small beach with rocks and a small deck for the caiques to moor. You can access it from Mersini (it is signposted) by trekking up to 30 minutes.