Molos is a long sandy cove on the east coast of the island. It can be reached from the villages of Marpissa and Marmara, via narrow road which turns into unpaved shortly before you see the beach.

The area around Molos is protected by Natura 2000 and there are only a few buildings. The beach is wild and non-organized. Two high hills protect Molos from winds from the north and the south, making it suitable for families with small kids. The sand is mixed with small pebbles at the shore and the water is very clean and relatively shallow. There is one tavern at the beach, the closest shops are in Marmara village (about 2 km away). From the south end of a Molos another unpaved road leads to the nearby Kalogeros beach, smaller and wilder.

highlights: wild sandy beach protected by Natura 2000, beach in Paros, Cyclades Islands, Greece

Photos from Molos
The long sandy stripMolosPeople at the beachThe beach is covered with fine sandView to the beach from the main road
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Molos photo gallery