Apart from the main beach in the town, there are many organized beaches in Spetses to swim and enjoy a day in the sun. Transport to these Spetses beaches is easy by bus or by boat from Dapia, the new port of the island. All Spetses beaches provide picturesque spots and relaxing family atmosphere. You will find below a list with the best beaches in Spetses island.
Except for the beaches, there are also many places for sightseeing. Discover the best things to see in Spetses.
Guide to 8 beaches
Discover our guide to 8 beautiful Spetses beaches. They are all presented with a detailed description, photos and their location on a map of Spetses. For the most popular spots, we also provide information about sightseeing in the area, a selection of hotels and reviews.
Location: 10 km west of Spetses Town
Description: This is a rather secluded beach on the western side of the island. It has soft sand and crystal water.
Location: 3 km south of Spetses Town
Description: This small beach is organized with sun beds, umbrellas and many watersports centres. It can be reached by bus or boat.
Location: 12 km west of Spetses Town
Description: This is among the most popular beaches of Spetses. A few hotels are found in the area. A walking path from this beach leads to the amazing cave of Bekiri.
Location: 2 km from Dapia
Description: Kaiki is the most popular beach close to the town. It is partly organized and has a lively bar in summer.
Location: 500 metres from Spetses Town
Description: Located in a short walking distance from Dapia, Agios Mamas is the main beach of the Town. It is partly organized with sun beds and umbrellas. Fresh fish taverns line this pebbled coast.
Location: 6 km north east of Spetses Town
Description: Vrellos is a long, sandy beach on the northernmost side of the island. It can be reached by boat or by bus.
Location: 8 km from Spetses Town
Description: Located on the southern side of the island, Xilokeriza is a beautiful sandy beach surrounded by much greenery. This is a nice place to relax.
Location: 9 km north west of Spetses Town
Description: Zogeria is a secluded beach on the northern side of the island. A small chapel of Agios Georgios is located on the beach.