Small beach located on the northwest coast of the island in a bay and not really a beach, but a fairly smooth rocky shore. The area is uninhabited and the beach is one of the more remote the island. Though exposed to northerly and westerly winds, the beach is too quiet with clear water. Ideal for nudism, fishing and snorkelling. Of course there is not any kind of organization, so to arrange the necessary (water, sunscreen, umbrella, hat, medicine and food). Access is mainly by boat. On foot you can get from Ano Meria, starting from the chapel of Chrisopigi and following the trail for nearly an hour. Similarly, you can walk to get from the Vineyard, or the path that leads from the chapel of St. Panteleimon in Ampeli beach. Before arriving in Ampeli beach, turn right after walking 20-30 minutes to reach the beach.
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Edition: March 2010
First and foremost, it’s the only existing GIS map of Folegandros, which makes it the only truly accurate and GPS compatible map of the island.
Rocky coast on the east coast of the island, on the high seas, about the height of Ano Meria in an uninhabited area, just before Serfiotiko as we come from the Town. The beach is exposed to almost all the winds, there are no trees, even some trees that offer little shade.
The beach Serfiotiko located on the northeast coast of the island in a very open bay, about the height of Ano Meria, in an uninhabited area. The beach is exposed to the northeastern, southern and eastern winds, and there are a few trees which together with the rocks at midday shadows.