Naxos Psili Ammos Beach

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General information

Psili Ammos in Naxos is a small sandy beach on the eastern side of Naxos island, within a short drive from the fishing port of Moutsouna. Its name translates into fine sand, which is exactly what its shore consists of. It is a secluded swimming spot with golden soft sand and crystal-clear waters. The cedar trees that line up the beach offer valuable shade to visitors.

Psili Ammos beach is not organized with sunbeds and umbrellas and its secluded environment allows visitors to enjoy the relaxation they need.
It also offers a wonderful view of the cerulean Aegean sea and the island of Donoussa.

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1 Review
  • ablutsauger 01 Dec 2015
    What a strange beach
    Psili Ammos was one of the strangest things we visited on Naxos.
    It's completely "domestic", with domestic atmosphere (which means - visits from goats, goats all over the places, small houses with olive trees and completely non-tourist appearance).
    It had some tree seeds all over it (we thought at first it was a result from goats regularly visiting the beach until we got the point).
    It also had strange winds, it was coldish and, as far as I remember, it was too shallow. But anyway, it was a funny experience.