Possidi Cape (Faros) beach in Possidi is actually a sandbar that stretches deep into the sea.

It's a really interesting part of the coast, a miniature sandy peninsula. Vehicles are parked at the beginning of the sandbar, in the vicinity of the camp and the famous lighthouse, and then the journey continues on foot. The beach is not arranged, there are neither beach bars nor chairs, so it is essential that you take food, water and umbrellas.

At the beginning of the sandbar you'll feel like you're in a sandy desert, and as you approach the peak it'll delight you that the sea is on both sides of the sandbar. It often happens that on the one hand (toward Posidi) is windy, and on the other (toward Aigeopelagitika) is very quiet.

The sun sets very late, so you can enjoy until the late hours. The sea is very clean, and the sand is fine and white. We advice you not to drive the car ove sandbar, because it always get stuck in the sand.

The town beach in Possidi is narrow, with a flat flagstones at the entrance to the sea, and shoal and sand later. It's clean and well maintained, but in our opinion it may serve only for those located in its vicinity. There is no reason to go in Posidi especially because of it.