A long sandy beach with crystal clear water, tamarisk trees and view over Leros, it has a beach bar, small taverns and attracts lots of people thanks to its easy road access.
Pebble beach with rocks in geometric shapes and remote corners, it is accessible by an asphalt road and then a dirt road. Explore the secret seashore with the rock shelter at the right edge.
It is easily accessible from Chora since it is only 700m away from the harbor. It is sandy, with crystal clear water, very popular among families with little children. There are taverns, cafes and accommodation in the area.
Pebble seashore on the eastern side of the island. An asphalt road approaches nearby and a narrow strip of land separates Xirokampos from the beach of Tourkomnima, a few meters to the north. There is no infrastructure.
A golden sandy beach with turquoise swallow water in the northwestern part of the island, inside a closed bay oriented to the east. It is a 60’ walk from Chora, but there are regular bus itineraries , while there is also an asphalt road that goes all the way to the beach. There is no infrastructure but there is a lovely picturesque tavern.
The most southern beach accessible on foot, it is sandy, with fine pebble and reeds. There is no infrastructure, but it is surrounded by a landscape of rare natural beauty including the skerry of Lyra off the coast.
It is less than 800m away from the beach of Lientou, it is sandy, with a few tamarisk trees for shade and it is not organized.
With one and only pine as a trademark, this exotic pebble beach is 3.5km from Chora. It is located on the eastern side of the island and it is accessible from a dirt road and a path. There is no tourist infrastructure.
It is accessible from a dirt road that continues to a path. The beach is pebble, with no infrastructure, offered for isolation.