Kleidos Beach is a beach complex with grey or beige sand and crystalline waters, next to the homonymous village on the southeastern coast of the island. It lays between Psili Amnmos (Kanaki) and Panormos beaches.
The small rocky peninsulas that protrude into the sea, form a series of sandy beaches, each having its own unique characteristics and orientation. The quiet and relatively secluded beaches of Kleidos are ideal for rest, relaxation and fishing.
The road to Kleidos is asphalt all the way to most beaches of the collection. There is narrow winding road after Apiranthos village, so extra driving care is necessary. After exiting the village of Kanaki, follow the coastal road to the beach. Also accessible by motorbike or scooter.
|Distance from Naxos town
|Approximately 44.2 km
|Fine grain grey or beige sand
|No umbrellas or sun beds available for rent
|No Life Guard or First aid
|All ages, families with children
|Access by car or motorbike. Infrequent bus service in the summer from the beach to Naxos town.
|Asphalt road all the way
|Road-side parking is available along the length of the beach.
|Panormos Beach, Psili Ammos Beach
|Ideal beach for those who seek isolation
|No beach amenities or accommodation
|Vehicle is necessary