About Fteroti

Fteroti hamlet is located in Central Macedonia Greece, and famous for its turquoise water, whose crystal clarity is incredible! This increases the level of beach recreation, since the better the water, the more pleasant it is to be in it! But don't be too cool!

Senior friendly

Zografou beach

Vourvourou 5.7 km
Good
7.6
Paid entrance only • Beach resort • Easy access • Bright sand • Turquoise pure water • Sand bottom
2.7 Amenities index
Good for Relax

Tripotamos beach

Paradeisos 2.9 km
Good
7.5
Free entrance • Amenities beach • Easy access • Bright sand • Blue pure water • Sand bottom
2.7 Amenities index
Good for Relax

Diaporos beach II

Fteroti 0.9 km
Pleasant
6.8
Free entrance • Amenities beach • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise pure water • Deserted
2.1 Amenities index
Good for Relax

Lagonis beach II

Galini 0.7 km
Pleasant
6.8
Free entrance • Virgin beach • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise pure water • Deserted
1 Amenities index
Pleasant
6.8
Hotel guests only • Hotel beach • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise pure water • Crowded in season
1 Amenities index
Pleasant
6.8
Hotel guests only • Hotel beach • Picturesque • Access by boat • Crowded in season • No parking
0 Amenities index

Resting by the sea for each traveler is associated with different activities. Someone loves complete relaxation and silence, while others need activity. Our configurator will always help you choose a beach that meets your personal needs.

If a beach holiday for you is primarily the sound of the surf, the cries of seagulls over the pier and leisurely walks along the coast, then you are definitely a fan of calm beaches. The most popular beaches for such a holiday in the vicinity of Fteroti are Lagomandra beach, Agios Ioannis beach, Filippos beach.

Senior travelers often visit Fteroti beaches as there are about 12 beaches beaches that are suited to their needs. The spacious size and the availability of good beach infrastructure make these places ideal for this group of travelers!

Some of the beaches in the area are quite remote from the roads. So, if you are a hiker, you will definitely appreciate this place. But if you are new to hiking, we recommend that you study the details of access from descriptions and user reviews to understand if this is feasible for you. As a reward, you will get to experience a wild beach with untouched nature.

The list of available beach activities is certainly important, but for many travelers it is not a determining factor when choosing a vacation spot. Below you will find some information about the natural features of the beaches of Fteroti, we hope that this information will help you find the place of your dreams.

The beaches of hamlet are mainly narrow. According to reviews of major beach experts and vacationers, most beaches have a high level of cleanliness. Sandy beaches dominate the rest!

Usually, the depth increases normally. If this is important to you, always use our filter to check for a particular beach.

22 out of 72 beaches in Fteroti are partially protected from waves. These protections can be natural or man-made structures. If you're visiting the area during unstable weather, we recommend carefully choosing a place to swim, as high waves may not always be safe. Our filter can help you find a suitable beach.

A not-so-pleasant feature of the beaches in Fteroti is the high density of boats, yachts, or other watercraft on some of them. There are about 21 such beaches, but this may vary depending on the season. If this is a concern for you, we recommend carefully checking the beaches of interest for this issue using our Boat filter.

Latest reviews on Fteroti's beaches

Zografou beach
10 Royal Sovereign.

Zografou is a stunning beach with white sand and cliffs surrounding it. It used to be a part of the Athos monastery on Mount Athos. In addition to the picturesque sandy shore, visitors can enjoy a breathtaking view of Athos and the nearby campsite, Porto Zografou.

Tripotamos beach
8 Valentina M

This tranquil beach is a true sanctuary, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It feels almost exclusive, with few visitors around to disturb the peace. It's worth bringing your own supplies, as there are no shops or beach bars to be found. But the lack of amenities only adds to the beach's serene ambiance.

Karagatsi beach
2 Lena Kozlovski.

We found ourselves off the beaten path, with no clear indication of where to find the public beach. Despite wandering through a residential area, we were unable to locate the entrance. Ultimately, we had to abandon our search and explore other nearby destinations. This experience proved to be a frustrating and fruitless endeavor.

Bara beach
10 Liam H.

This hidden beach treasure provides a one-of-a-kind experience that may not be suitable for everyone. Nudity is common here, and the water is filled with pebbles and smooth rocks, so wearing aqua shoes is necessary. With a small number of visitors, you can have the crystal-clear waters all to yourself, surrounded by the smooth stones that line the shore. This public beach has a wild and liberated atmosphere, but it's important to note that it's a nudist beach, making it inappropriate for children. Although reaching the beach by car may be challenging, leaving your vehicle and taking a short walk down is a small price to pay for the peaceful seclusion it offers. Despite the rocky seabed, it could be a diver's paradise. The overall cleanliness only adds to its appeal, but keep in mind that it's intended for adults.

Fava beach II
10 Taris Manolis

There is a stunning beach that is tucked away and not widely known.

Latoura beach
10 Aramayis Harutyunyan

This beach may seem like a haven for children, but don't be fooled. The lack of crowds may be a blessing, but the shallow waters are not without their dangers. And don't even get me started on the parking situation. Unless you're lucky enough to be staying nearby, you'll have to leave your car on the side of the road and trek your way to the beach. Sure, there's some space to park, but that doesn't make up for the inconvenience.

The warmest month during the year in this area is August, with the air temperature rising up to 30.2°C and the water temperature up to 26.9°C. The coldest month is January, with the air temperature dropping down to 10.2°C and the water temperature down to 14.5°C.