facing the open sea, is situated at the eastern coast of the island, just before Serfiotiko (departing from Chora), on approximately the same line as Ano Meria. The place is uninhabited.
The beach is affected by all winds; there are no trees for shade, but after noon the rocks around offer some shade. You will come here only if you are a fan of walking and of solitary swimming. Don’t forget to bring along water and something to eat, especially if you plan to stay long enough.
In case of emergency you have to return to Chora.
Access to the beach is possible by rented or private boat or yacht. You may also come on foot, following one of the two downhill paths departing from Ano Meria. The first one starts near the first buildings of Eleimonas and the second from the windmills of Ano Meria. Be sure that you will follow the path leading to the eastern coast, because if you don’t choose the right way, you risk going to the opposite direction, to the coast of Angali. So, don’t hesitate to ask the bus driver, or some body at Ano Meria, to show you the way. You should also bear in mind that the way back will take longer, as the path is uphill now.
is situated within an open cove at the northeastern coast of the island, at the same line as Ano Meria. The area around is uninhabited. The only constructions you will see at the beach are a few “syrmata”, the jerry constructions where the locals use to keep their boats in winter or when the wind is too strong. It is possible that the beach owes its name to people who came to Folegandros from the island of Serifos (“Serfiotiko” in Greek means “of Serifos”).
The beach is open to the northeastern, southern and eastern winds. A few tamarisk trees offer some shade. In the afternoon the shade is richer , thanks to the high rocks surrounding the beach. No facilities are available at the beach, so, if you decide to come here, you should bring along water and something to eat, as it is likely that you will like the beach and stay there long enough. You will come here only if you like walking and enjoying swimming in a remote place, within a nice sea, very clean, with transparent water. If you are naturist, no body will be annoyed, as the few people that you might find at the beach are probably doing the same thing.
For any problem you have to return to Chora.
Access to the beach from the sea is possible only by private boat or yacht. Sometimes, if the weather allows it, the excursion boats making the tour of the island may stop here. Access on foot is possible from Ano Meria, where you will arrive by the public bus. There are two paths leading to Serfiotiko. The one departs close to the church of Analipsi and the other just before the small church of Aghios Andreas. Whichever you choose, you will have to walk for 45-50 minutes until arriving to the beach. Of course, you should bear in mind that the way back may take some more time as the path is uphill.