The Greek Island of Andros - Beach Guides and Photos.
Andros Beaches Guide and Photos showing some of the excellent beaches - including naturist beaches - to visit on the Island.
There are an enourmous amount of beaches to try out whilst on holiday on Andros however this is quite a large island and quite a few of these beaches are somewhat remote and
involve either a very considerable walk or some can be reached by car. Andros beaches are either sand or very small stone/pebble and quite comfortable to be on
- though the ones we saw did not have much or any shade. The beach tavernas were only just being painted and organised when we visited in May and most were
not open. The sea water was crystal clear and very good for snorkelling but using jellies or similar on your feet is a good idea because of
sea-urchins in some places. The beaches were also just being cleaned up from the winter debris of seaweed and flotsam - as mentioned our visit was
in May which is quite early for the Greek Islands holiday season - on the several more remote beaches we went to it was unusual to see anyone else around - so going nude was not a problem.
The sort of unofficial naturist beach on Andros Greece is situated just on the edge of Batsi by Blue Bay - this is quite a small beach but very pleasant to be on.
Incidentally we never saw one snake on the beaches we visited and we were certainly looking since we like to photograph them.
These first series of Greek island of Andros beaches are photos which were taken around Achia Beach
- we thought it the best beach on this generally quiet Greek Island. There is no particularly easy way to get to it
since you have to take a long winding descending dirt track if you are driving there. We did walk to it - partly along a nicely walled moni-path - as explained on our
walking to Achia Beach on Andros
. On our visit we found only a couple of people there and they left after a while.
So it was just right for stripping off and having a nice swim - followed by our picnic and then a laze around getting various parts of us nicely globally warmed up
before having to think of the longish walk back.
The Excellent Vitali Beach on Andros, Greece - sandy and remote and usually fine for naturists.
Vitali Beach is quite isolated and is a perhaps typical really scenic type of Greek island beach you come across from time to time whilst wandering the islands. You can enjoy the sun and have a nice swim without worrying about wearing your swimming costumes if you want
too on this really good Andros beach.
Vitali Bay (and it's Beach) is located towards the top north eastern side of the Island and does take some getting too - the track do it is very brocken in places but the scenery on the way is fantastic.