The Five Most Incredibly Beautiful Beaches in Greece

Greece boasts of some of the most picturesque seascapes in the world, lending to its allure as a top summer East Mediterranean yacht charter destination.  And with 6,000 beautiful Greek islands and islets, finding the perfect expanse of sand can be difficult. Here are our top picks that you will want to step ashore and experience for yourself during your Greek yachting holiday:

Elafonisi Beach

Elafonisi is a picture-perfect beach in Crete with heavenly pink coral sand, calm crystal clear turquoise waters, blissful white sandbars, and secluded private coves. Boasting of wild natural beauty, this striking locale has attracted travelers for centuries, yet has remained relatively untouched.

Red Beach

Spectacular Red Beach is a must-see sight in Santorini noted for its unique red color sand  and sweeping volcanic red and black cliffs. For those who enjoy snorkeling, Red Beach is the perfect place to dive in and explore the vibrant underwater scenery.

Myrtos Beach

Myrtos Beach is the crowned jewel of Kefalonia that year after year takes top accolades as one of the finest beaches in Greece.  One of the featured locales in Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, the dazzling crescent-shaped, mile-and-a-half long cliff-backed beach is known for its incredible sunsets.

Navagio Beach

Navagio Beach, also known as Shipwreck Cove, is the most famous site in Zakynthos and home to the ship wreck called Panagiotis. Beguiling in its beauty, the enchanting white sand beach has crystalline turquoise water and is surrounded by steep vertical cliffs.

Sarakiniko Beach

The seaside landscapes of Sarakiniko are jaw-dropping beautiful, dominated by bright white volcanic rocks that are strikingly contrasted by the turquoise sea.   It is one of the most photographed beaches in the entire Aegean Sea and is great for sunbathing and snorkeling.

If you are interested in chartering a yacht in Greece this summer, contact Sunreef Yachts Charter at for an amazing selection of stunning luxury catamarans, sailing yachts, power boats, and mega yachts.

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