The beach is inaccessible from the land and has nothing else to offer you but the absolute beauty of an intact original and very scenic natural environment. The sea is usually wavy, the beach breaths a sigh as the “lalaria” are agitated by the waves, the “Trypia Petra” (meaning “the hollow rock” in Greek), famous thanks to the numerous photos, stands there like protecting the beach, and the high impressive white rocks of the beach rise steeply, almost vertically from the ground up to the sky.
Whenever the weather allows it, when there is no northern wind, numerous visitors arrive here by the excursion boats departing from the town, to enjoy this solitary beach with the excellent crystal clear sea, under the bright sun, shining on the transparent light blue of the Mediterranean sky. It goes without saying that taking photos, especially of the “trypia petra”, through which you may see the small boats arriving to the beach, is a “must” for all visitors. Before coming here, don’t forget to take along the necessary provisions, especially water, as nothing else but beauty is offered to you at the beach.
When there is northern wind nobody comes to the beach, as there is no shelter to protect you from the fury of the sea bursting out on the steep rocky coast. Also, if the boat has already brought you here and the weather turns bad, it will immediately pick you up, to get you back, in the safe and friendly bosom of the town of Skiathos.
Access to the beach is possible by the excursion boats of the town of Skiathos. If you wish to come here by private boat or yacht, you should attempt it only if you know well the route and the sea around.