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Not to be confused with the same-name beach to the east of Samos, this Psili Amos is a beach of two halves. The eastern end is covered in smooth white stones while the western end is pure sand. Access is from a road above down a steep track. There is a taverna on the road above and an attractive breakfast bar with pool about half way down the hillside.
It's a long walk to the sandy area which is small and soon fills up. Once a favourite of nudists it has grown more popular with families now and makes a good alternative to the flat sands at Kambos. The sea is shallow and sandy underfoot - fine for children. Though not too far from Kambos it is too long to walk and a taxi is recommended. The driver will pick you up at a fixed time or you can phone from the taverna.
Psili Amos beach
A steep track to Psili Amos beach goes through pines
Psili Amos beach
Eastern end of Psili Amos beach is covered in white stones
Psili Amos beach
Western end of Psili Amos beach is pure sand
Psili Amos beach
Lookin back along Psili Amos beach west to east
Psili Amos beach
Pines sweep down the hillside to Psili Amos beach