Greek beaches, strips of land next to the turquoise sea waters, sometimes made by pebbles, shells, golden or pink sand and some others hidden behind huge rocks, caves or trees. This diversity of the innumerable beaches that are found in the 15,147 kilometers of the greek coastline makes the greek beaches an unrivaled cinematic destination of high standards. Especially when 545 of them carry a Blue Flag, placing Greece second country in the world in the number of Blue Flags among the countries whose beaches were subjected to this evaluation. Many beaches seem completely untouched by humans and others are filled with life from the campsites that exude an air of freedom and the bars that bring a festive atmosphere. Some of the beaches that stand out for their natural beauty are Paradise in Thassos, Bella Vraka in Sivota, Voidokilia and Glossa in Messinia, Vourvourou and Kavourotripes in Halkidiki, Seychelles in Ikaria, Sarakiniko in Milos, Egkremni and Porto Katsiki in Lefkada, Pisina in Pano Koufonisi, Kolimbithres of Paros, the Elafonisos in Crete, Navagio in Zakynthos, Agiasmata, Vroulidia and Apothika in Chios.
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