South of the picturesque hamlet of Drymiskos lies a series of consecutive coves forming several beaches along 3 km. The entire region bears the name Drymiskian Beach. The successive beaches separated by rocks and reefs which make snorkeling a real experience. The site remains virtually unknown to most people mainly because the access is difficult. The most famous part of Drymiskian Beach is Amoudi, the westernmost part, because there ends the dirt road approaching the beach of Preveli. The truth is that the western part of the Drymiskian Beach lacks something special.
But anyone who dares to follow the dirt road to the east will many beautiful sandy beaches with no people, ideal for isolation and naturism. At the center of Drymiskian Beach there are the beaches of Kefala with a black-tooth-like rock that pops out of the sand. Left and right of the rock we find the best beaches in the area. If we continue much further we reach Anatolika beaches, aka East, named after their location which are less crowded and with deep, clear waters. From Anatolika we can continue to reach the beaches of Kerames. Most beaches have no trees but there are large rocks with caves and recesses that provide shade all day long.