Mali is a small and peaceful beach on the northern part of Tinos, facing the island of Andros. It is a remote beach in the middle of a picturesque cove without any amenities, so make sure to have some water and snacks with you. Right next, lies a small fishing village with whitewashed cubic houses with blue shutters, built on top of a cliff. The coast is covered with fine pebbles and the sea has a slab at the first meters but the water is clear and inviting. Apart from some trees that offer natural shade, you will not find any sunbeds or sunshades.
To get there you have to drive through a dirt track. It is not an easy ride, but it offers nice views. On the way to Mali, you can stop at the marble mines in Marlas, see the huge marble cubes and take some really beautiful photos.
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