Santorini has several beaches with a beautiful black sand due to the volcanic environment but not only.
Further north from Kamari you will find many smaller beaches such as Vourvoulos, Baxedes, the Pori, Karterados and others.
Below Oia is Amoudi beach without sand and wonderfully secluded area for swimming and Armeni, which is located a little further to the south.
The end of the beach of Perivolos, for those who prefer more privacy is Ai Giorgis. A clean beach with black sand, walking for all, without umbrellas and sunbeds.
The continuity of Monolithos is the beach AVIS, or Exo Gonia. This beach is idesl to the wind surfers because it 's not protected from the air.
The black color dominates and is accessed by walking, where there are only a few cave. The dark pebbles harmoniously combined with the red rocks and the view of the Caldera is unlikely.
Black pebbles and pumice, red volcanic rocks and geothermal springs at the ruined baths that used to offer a natural SPA. f you come across this beach as you sail around the Caldera, you will be impressed by the small church of Hristos ta Thermi (Christ at Thermi), which is built inside the volcanic rocks, next to the ruined rock-hewn houses.
A small pebbly beach with crystall clear waters, umbrellas and sun beds. It is among the beaches called Aspri (White) and Kokkini (Red).
Small white pebbles and wonderful pumice rocks: This beach, that looks like Vlyhada, used to be very popular with bikers and other visitors searching for alternative destinations.