Perissa can also boast the longest seafront of the island, connecting Perissa to Perivolos. Consequently the two villages have both beaches with pebbles and a very deep sea bed close to the shore.
However there are various beach activities: Perissa, quieter, is populated with families and small groups of young people enjoying bars, restaurants and camping’s.
Perivolos, on the other hand, is mostly populated by young people who wish to enjoy dancing even in the afternoon and for those how want mainly to take "moon bathing" however there are exceptions.
Perivolos beach offers: water sports (ski, scooter, free diving), beach volley, taverns, bars and chalets on the beach where people enjoy dancing all day long until late at night.The single black lava sand and clear deep blue sea are the principal attraction. Seafront taverns, hotels, camping facilities and trees for shade add to the attraction.