This is where most bathers on the island hang out. It is very long, with sand and fine pebble. It got its name from a well that’s there to water the goats. Don’t expect to find water, however. You must make sure to bring your own.
Many of the more frequent visitors to the beach can distinguish and collect the white clay that lies around. They make beauty masks for their face from it. Some even can be said to make body masks out of it as they end up covered in clay from head to toe.
If you turn right on the path that starts above the beach you will get to Alonistria, an old building surrounded by many storerooms and with an incredible view.
If, on the other hand, you turn left on the path above the beach, after about 500 meters you will reach Pezoulia beach, on the south of the island, with very fine pebble and protected from northerly winds.