Perissa Beach Overview

Perissa Beach is the most famous black sand beach situated on the foothills of the Mesa Vuono Mountain in Santorini. There are plenty of modern amenities on the beach for relaxation with an opportunity to indulge in a variety of water sports activities, like banana boating, canoeing, parasailing, waterskiing, and windsurfing. The beach also features a gorgeous water park with three water slides and a separate kid’s playground.

This stunning black sand beach on the southwestern coast of the isle ranks at the top of the places to see in Santorini. Together with the Perivolos beast, this is the longest shoreline in the island.

It is separated from Kamari Beach by the Mesa Vouno peak, home to Ancient Thira. At Perissa Beach, you can spoil the adventure enthusiast in you with adrenaline-pumping water sports. Afterward, you can satiate your appetite with a sumptuous meal at the renowned restaurants in the village.

Location: Perissa village.

Highlights: Black sand beach, water sports, diving, restaurants.


• Pay a visit to Perissa Beach, which is one of the most famous and best places to visit in Santorini.
• Relax and rejuvenate your senses on the beach that is made out of volcanic sand shining against the glistening waters.
• Avail yourself of all the modern amenities on the beach, including showers, bars, restaurants, and beach services.
• Taste the delicious delicacies in the seafront taverna and fish restaurants on Perissa Beach in Santorini.
• Unwind your senses in the Yazz Cocktail Bar in Perissa Beach which is decorated with purple-cushioned sofas and a tree-shaded garden.
• Take a dip or snorkel in the crystal clear blue waters of Perissa Beach or go to Mount Vuono if you are melting in the afternoon sun.
• Indulge in jet skiing, parasailing, and flyboarding in the low-lying beach areas and extensive cliffy regions of Perissa Beach.
• Party your heart out and soak in the fantastic atmosphere at Perissa Beach during the summer season.

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