Psili Ammos beach
It is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island and a favorite destination for nudists and campers. Although nudism is prohibited on the holy island, it is common on some beaches. The beach is divided in half, the furthest from the tavern is the part occupied by nudists. Psili Ammos is an isolated, sandy beach, with crystal clear blue waters located in the southern part of the island. Above the beach there are few tamarisk trees that offer natural shade.
It's not easy to reach the beach, as there is no road. It's only accessible on foot or by boat. The trail starts from Diakofti and the hike lasts about '20 -'25 minutes. The walk is over two hills and a small mountain on a well-trotted path, so it's unlikely of getting lost. If you choose to go by boat, there are boats that leave early in the morning from the port of Skala and come back in the afternoon. The boat ride takes about 45 minutes. The beach is vulnerable to the winds so it is suggested not to visit it when it is windy as the waves can be really high.