Ranking as one of the most beautiful beaches on Donoussa, Kedros beach is protected by a small bay in the island’s south. Quite a popular sandy beach, with crystal-clear waters. Earth mounts behind the beach, amid overgrown shrubs, indicate the entrance to the galleries and tunnels of a mine that produced zinc and calamine ore up to the early 1900’s.
|Material on beach||Sand and fine pebbles.|
|Material in water||Fine sand.|
|To whom the beach may appeal||Nature lovers and young couples.|
|Directions for access||May be driven to via the coastal road that ends at an elevated spot over the beach and, from there, down a stone-covered track that reaches the shore line. Local caiques, or small traditional boats, can also transport visitors to the beach. Also accessible via a track connecting the beach with Messaria village.|