Tilos beaches

Most beaches in Tilos Greece are quiet and unorganized. The only organized beach on the island is Livadia beach, close to the main port of the island. The other Tilos beaches are spread all over the island and provide an excellent setting for some peaceful time. Tilos beaches never get crowded, as the island keeps a low profile in tourism. You will find below a list of the best beaches in Tilos island.
Except for the beaches, there are also places for sightseeing. Discover the best things to see in Tilos.

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Guide to 4 beaches

Discover our guide to 4 beautiful Tilos beaches. They are all presented with a detailed description, photos and their location on a map of Tilos. For the most popular spots, we also provide information about sightseeing in the area, a selection of hotels and reviews.

Eristos beach

Eristos beach

Pebbled, Secluded, Non Organised, Nudism Friendly
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Location: 3 km south of Megalo Chorio
Description: Eristos is a long bay that can be accessed through a rough street from Megalo Chorio. Its water is pure and its ambience barren.
Agios Antonios Beach

Agios Antonios Beach

Pebbled, Secluded, Non Organised
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Location: 2 km west of Megalo Chorio
Description: Agios Antonios is a calm beach on the northern side of the island. There are no tourist amenities closeby and the seabed can get deep and rocky at some points.
Livadia beach

Livadia beach

Family Friendly, Pebbled, Organised, Harbor
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Location: 7 km south east of Megalo Chorio
Description: Livadia is the only organized beach on Tilos and it is close to most tourist facilities on the island. Water is clean and the shore is mostly pebbled.
Plaka Beach

Plaka Beach

Pebbled, Secluded, Non Organised, Nudism Friendly
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Location: 5 km west of Megalo Chorio
Description: Plaka is a narrow bay close to Megalo Chorio. There are some bushes along the beach to provide with shadow and the seabed can get rocky at some points.

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