Follow the winding road south from Zefyria for about 5 miles and you’ll discover Paleochori. Underground volcanic activity keeps the water warm year-round, and stunning cliffs in a myriad of colors look down on the sandy shore. The beach is calm and relaxing and it’s not crowded at all! When swimming, be very careful, because it’s quite deep and the waves can be rough.
I can’t say that Paleochori is an ideal place for snorkeling due to poor visibility, though it has an abundant marine life. However, I can surely say that it’s a fantastic place to take sunrise and sunset pictures!
Greece is well-known for its awesome beaches and it’s really hard to choose the best one to visit. These ten Greek beaches are just a few beaches I recommend you to visit. If you have any other suggestions, please let me know. I’m always on the lookout for a new places (especially beaches!) to visit.