is situated at the northwestern coast of the island, within a small cove and in fact it is not a real beach; it is rather an even rocky coast, in a secluded area with no residents around. Varsamo is one of the most remote beaches of the island.
Although open to the northern and western winds, the beach is usually quiet and calm with crystal clear nice sea. Nudism is allowed at the beach, as…nobody will be around to get annoyed. Of course no facilities are available and, if you decide to come here, you should bring along water and provisions for a light meal, as well as your umbrella, since no shade is available on the beach.
For any problem you should return to the town of Folegandros (Chora).
Access to the beach from the sea is possible only by private or rented boat or yatch. You may reach the beach on foot from Ano Meria, following the path that starts at the small church of Chrysopighi. Via this path, it will take approximately an hour to arrive to Varsamo. You may also come on foot from Ambeli, or following the path from Ano Meria to Ambeli (the path departs from the small church of Aghios Panteleimonas. Before arriving to Ambeli, you will turn right and walk another 20-30 minutes to reach the beach of Varsamo.
(the word in Greek means “vineyard”) is found at the northwestern coast of the island, within a small cove, situated at an uninhabited area. The beach is one of the most remote of the island.
The beach is pretty small with crystal clear sea and pebbles and it is protected by most of the winds. As it is quite secluded and remote, it is nudism tolerant. Of course, as it happens in almost all the beaches of Folegandros, no facilities are available at the beach. Thus, you have to bring along water and your umbrella for shade at the beach. You will find rich shade a bit behind the beach, within a valley full of cultivations. If you stay here until late in the afternoon, you will have the chance to take excellent photos of the sunset.
In any case of emergence you have to return to Chora.
Access to the beach from the sea is possible only by private or rented yacht or boat. You may also arrive here on foot , following the path that departs from the small church of Aghios Panteleimonas at Ano Meria. It will take some 30 to 40 minutes to arrive to the beach. There is also a bad dirt track suitable for some vehicles, but do not risk it if you are not sure that your car or motorbike can cope successfully with the road.