This is an amazing beach with blue and green (teal) water, situated at the end of a great natural landscape hill. The beach has two parts, a nudist and a clothed section. The nude area is furthest to the right along the beach when facing the water. The pebble beach is clear and the water very clean and cold, but once you are in, you want to stay in to cool from the heat. The sea is quite deep so not so family friendly and with no access to the beach for people with mobility issues. There are lots of naturally shaded areas as well as plenty of sun beds and parasols to rent, some on a grass area. Beach service is provided by the beach bars so you can get drinks and food at your bed. A good-sized car park is available, so are showers, changing huts and toilets.
There are some rocks to climb and explore a little bit if you're feeling restless, or simply dive into the clear waters and check out the cute fish. A climb to the left, where some pine trees reside in a natural site is definitely worth it. Tsamadou beach is below the main road and there are multiple access points off the main road. Probably the best is west from the small parking lot as the views are spectacular as you descend. Tsamadou is a lovely beach to visit on the north coast of Samos.