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The cove right next to the Red beach, on the southern side of Santorini, is known as the White beach. It is very similar to the Red beach, with black pebbles on the shore, only that the surrounding cliffs are white. This beach is accessible only by...more
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During this part of the trip, we took the water taxi tour of Red Beach, White Beach and Black Beach, for 10€pp. I’d read the warnings regarding Red Beach, so our family didn’t go down to the beach, though there were many, many visitors doing...More
We found that we couldn't access the beach by foot unless we had abseiling gear.
We ended up parking by Kambia beach and walking up past a small farm and over to the cliff top and just being able to see a tiny corner of...More
Stunning view of the remnant of one of the largest volcanic eruption 10,000 years ago is Santorini. The gorgeous beach we were able to visit during a private boat ride provided us with a spectular view. The beach has the name White beach due to...More
We visited White Beach as part of an island cruise. In fact, the only way to get to it is by boat. It is not really a white beach either. It is called that because of the white limestone cliffs behind it. The beach is...More
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Whether there will be boats in October from Akrotiri to the three beaches, the Red one, the White one, and the Black one, is problematic. But the middle of October is still not entirely outside the season, so there must be... More
Whether there will be boats in October from Akrotiri to the three beaches, the Red one, the White one, and the Black one, is problematic. But the middle of October is still not entirely outside the season, so there must be some boats. Ask your hotel host. No problem to see the three beaches in one day and have time for other things, as the boat trip takes less than an hour from Akrotiri and back. Unless you want to spend some time on each of the three beaches - which means you have to arrange for the boat/another boat to take you back. The price is reasonable, the views fabulous.