Beaches on Chios

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Karfas is located 7 Km south of the town of Chios and is among the most well-known and loveliest beaches of Chios, with a fine sand suitable for beach games and relaxing sunbathing. Being a tourist center, Karfas has hotels, appartments, studios, restaurants, taverns offering fresh seafood as well as some bars.

Lithi is a bay at the SW part of the island, with a fine sand suitable for beach games and relaxing sunbathing. The area has studios, restaurants and taverns offering fresh seafood. The beach is located about 1Km. far from Lithi village.

The area of Nagos is five km from Kardamyla. The running water springs, the platans and the wonderful beach with colorful small pebbles, all these are features which form the enchanting landscape of the area.
Beach at Karfas!
The area has restaurants and taverns offering fresh seafood. The Name Nagos comes from the word naos (= temple) and indeed an ancient temple was unearthed here during the excavations of 1921.
 
Komi is located 4 Km outside the village of Kalamoti and is among the loveliest beaches of Chios, with a fine sand suitable for beach games and relaxing sunbathing. The area has some hotels, apartments, rooms to let, restaurants, taverns offering fresh seafood, and bars for evening outings.
 
Mavra Volia ( 5 Km. from Pyrgi) is a beach with small black pebbles, ’cause of an upheaval of the volcano overlooking the beach at the Prehistoric Area. There are three beaches, one next to the other, under the same name, with deep, dark blue waters. There are apartments and studios, cafes and taverns offering fresh seafood, at Emporio, nearby.
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Beach at Karfas!
Beach at Karfas!
Arethy and Antanis!
Arethy and Antanis!
Hi little fellow!
Hi little fellow!
Arethy, Antonis and Anna!
Arethy, Antonis and Anna!
Emborio!
Emborio!
Daskalopetra!
Daskalopetra!
Emborio!
Emborio!
Kalimera Antonis, ti kanies?
Kalimera Antonis, ti kanies?
Antonis!
Antonis!
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photo by: JP-NED