Andros Mikri Peza beach

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General information

Mikri Peza Beach Andros: This is a small bay on the northern side of the island, right next to Megali Peza beach. Due to its northern location, the beach is frequently affected by summer winds, the so-called meltemia. The shore is partly sandy and partly rocky, which makes it good for snorkeling too. Mikri Peza is surrounded by abrupt rocks and there are no tourist facilities in the region, not even in the next cove of Megali Peza. The closest facilities, including rooms to rent and taverns, are found a few km away.

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1 Review
  • Sylvain 21 Aug 2020
    Because of the northern wind, unfortunately all the floating trash of the sea ends up on this beach and is then spread by the wind on 100s of meters. Polystyren box for fish conservation and mesh of fishermen, plastic stuffs, and so on. In the distance you are wondering if these green and orange spots are people sunbathing, well, no. Don't even try to go there unless you want to teach your kids why they should protect the environment. This is sad because the place is romantic and remote, maybe too remote to be cleaned like other accessible beaches of the island can be. The Megali beach just at the east, accessible by the same earth path/road, is way more clean (or just cleaned sometimes), we had a good time there, worth the walk !