Psili Ammos Beach
Psili Ammos Beach is a small beach of mostly coarse sand with some shingles and smaller stones. It is popular with those looking for a more secluded sunbathing spot and often hosts wild campers, though not officially permitted.
Shade is minimal on the beach itself, with just a few trees to the eastern end, but there are more trees set further back. The beach is accessed by following the same path as Levrossos Beach and continuing west. It is a slightly bumpy dirt path and quite narrow in most places so it is difficult to pass people coming from the opposite direction.
Due to its sheltered position it also loses the sun later in the afternoon, particularly at the western end where the beach is shaded by the nearby hills.