10 Secret Beaches in Europe to Add to Your Bucket List
The 10 "Secret" Beaches of Europe proposes to the Travel & Leisure Traveling Travel Magazine, to which two Greek, in Halkidiki and Patmos https://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/beach-vacations/most -Secluded-Beaches-Europe.
In fact, Psili Ammos beach of Patmos is located in the fourth place, between the coast from Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Croatia and Cypro
The only observation to do is that the photo ( on Travel and Laisure) is not that of Psili Ammos.
You'll need to follow the hoofprints to Psili Ammos — the donkey that delivers supplies to the beachside cafe each morning will lead you on the half-hour trek across the rumpled dunes. This is the southwestern tip of Patmos, the holy island in the Dodecanese where St. John is said to have holed up in a cave to write the Book of Revelation. These days, it's equally quiet, though unlike the saint, you won't be expected to do any work on this semicircle of cookie-colored sand with steep cliffs rearing up behind. The far end is a nudist beach, but worry not — you'll get no strange looks for being clothed on the rest of it. Take a dip in the shallow waters, sunbathe under the tamarisk trees, and don't forget to buy a beer from the cafe — that donkey didn't come here for nothing.