The small beach of Kalami lies on the south coast of Thassos island, between the beaches of Astris and Livadi.
It used to be isolated and unknown but now during the summer Kalami is covered with a line of sunbeds and parasols of a nearby four-star hotel. However, there are hardly any people at the beach because it is quite rocky. The shore is covered with a mixture of coarse sand and pebbles but the sea bottom is very rocky, with large flat cliffs which cover the first 3-4 meters. Once you pass the rocks, you can swim in the crystal clear water.
The road which leads to Kalami is dirt but good enough to take you to the beach. In the past it was the only road to Giola, the famous natural rock pool of Thassos.
highlights: small rocky beach close to the natural pool Giola, beach in Thassos, North Aegean Islands, Greece