Glyfo or Vlycho Beach and Apokoftou Beach, Sifnos Island
Glyfo or Vlycho Beach
The small scenic beach of Glyfo or Vlyho (both words mean “brackish” in Greek) is situated at the southeastern coast of the island, within the cove of Faros, just opposite to the beach of Faros. The beach is found at a distance of some 7 kilometers far from Apollonia at the South and it is 150 meters long and pretty quiet, ideal for relaxing.
Accommodation and food and drink facilities are available in short distance from the beach.
In case of emergence you should address to the corresponding services of the capital Apollonia, some 7 kilometers northern to Glyfo.
Access to the beach from Kamares and from Apollonia is possible only by rented or private car and motorbikes. You will park your vehicle at Faros and walk for 5 minutes, following the narrow path passing through the settlement of Faros.
The small sandy beach of Apokofto or Apokoftou is situated within the small cove formed by the peninsula of Chryssopege, at the southern coast of the island. The beach is found at a distance of 8 kilometers southeastern to Apollonia.
Accommodation facilities are available in the area around. The beach has only two small taverns at the sea front, where you may enjoy nice meals by the sea.
The beach, some 100 meters long, is sandy, with pebbles at spots. It is generally quiet and suitable for relaxing.
In case of emergence you may address to the corresponding services of Apollonia, some 8 kilometers to the Northwest.
Access from Kamares and Apollonia is possible by rented or private car and motorbikes.