The small and rocky beach is approached through a path that begins behind the chapel of Agia Aikaterini, by descending for 15 minutes. A rural road starting from the windmills goes there as well. There are umbrellas and a tavern.
A beach that is surrounded by water in two different directions, since a part of the land that enters the sea forms two beaches. It is located close to Pontamos, but the easiest way to access it is by a travelling caique.
Beach with completely white sand only 10 minutes away from Nimborio on foot. It is the most crowded beach on the island. It has umbrellas.
Picturesque beach with pebbles, north of Nimborio, 20 minutes on foot. A rural road goes there as well starting from the school. It has umbrellas and a refreshment kiosk.
Beautiful, deserted beach with white pebbles, accessible on foot –by descending a path in front of Chorio- by car, as well as by caique.
Pebbled beach with limited sunlight, as it is surrounded by enormous rocks. It is famous for its green-azure waters and the beauty of its seabed.
You can reach most of Halki’s beaches on foot, though you may also use a caique from Nimborio.