One of the few still unknown beaches on Thassos
, tiny Agia Anna lies on the south coast of the island, between Psili Ammos
. The cove is shaped like channel with sea rocks from both sides.
Agia Anna is not visible from the main road and there is no sign leading to, so it is no wonder why people have not heard of it. The two deviations from the road are narrow and unpaved and you can easily miss them. Behind the beach there is a small complex with studios and apartments which is the only building here but the beach is not private, as many would think. Agia Anna has no facilities and you should bring your own sun protection. The beach is less than 30 meters in width, with fine soft sand and shallow water in the first few meters. After that it gradually deepens and is suitable for snorkeling around the rocks.
highlights: unknown sandy beach close to Psili Ammos, beach in Thassos, North Aegean Islands, Greece