Agios Georgis (or Ai-Georgis) beach is located at the eastern end of the island. It is relatively deserted and not well known to visitors.
It comprises two identical adjacent bays, separated by rocks.
There used to be a lighthouse ('Faros') at that cape, from which the area took its name.
Tip! It is a small bay and sandy throughout. On top of the church of St. George, near the Drakano Tower. It is not busy, nor organised, but very romantic. Ideal for those, who like remote beaches.
Access to the beach is only on foot from a path via the tower of Drakano. Vehicles stop on the road to Faros. Then walk the path to the beach for about 25 minutes. Or hire a boat and reach the beach by sea.