Sand & PebblesDeep waterDesertedRelatively easy accessDirt road accessAccess by seaWindless to the southNo waves on south winds

Vori Beach

A beach full of shipwrecks

Vori beach in Andros is located on the eastern side of the island. It is isolated and fascinating with its wild beauty.

Vori Beach – Full of shipwrecks

Beautiful white pebbles, rocks with an aggressive look, and across the way a small sandy cove. The scenery is completed by the river and the dense vegetation up to the wave. Suitable for snorkeling, since there are 3 of the shipwrecks of Andros at the bottom. “SEMIRAMIS” one of the wrecks ran aground in 1996 but as it started to rust, it broke into pieces and slowly sank. It is a great place for underwater exploration.

Vori Beach was also the location for the filming of Little England. by Pantelis Voulgaris. The area around the beach is full of trees and fields cultivated with vegetables. Of course, it is caught by the northern wind that blows on the island, hence its name. Finally, make sure you have an umbrella, water, and snacks as it is not organized.


The dirt road leading to Vori from Arni is accessible, but it is advisable to have a 4×4. Alternatively, you can access the beach from the mountain village of Vourkoti which is the closest. You will also have the opportunity to discover the mountainous part of Andros. You will also come across Byzantine-medieval churches, such as Agios Isidoros Vourkoti.

You may find it difficult to reach Vori Beach, but you will definitely be enchanted by its exotic beauty.



Vori, Andros


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