- Achla :
An 8klm dusty road leads to the most beautiful and popular beach of the island yet most decide to go there by boat. The valley that spreads behind the beach of Achla is, from an environmental point of view, the most important of the island.
The beach has fine white pebbles, emerald green waters and the chapel of St Nikolaos. In a small distance before you reach Achla’s beach, you will see Cape Veria on your left with the homonymous lighthouse which was operated in 1914 and its round tower reaches a height of 12 meters. The river Achla ends up on the beach, one of Andros’s biggest rivers and its waters run until the summer.
- Vlixada : A large and sandy beach in the northwest part of the island, with a rock in its middle.
To its north side, there is a smaller beach called the Tower which took its name from the ruined Venetian tower on the rock. The tower, which was built in the early 15th century, was used by the Venetians as an observatory due to the importance of its location in regards to navigation. The small churches of Panagia of Pyrgos and St Peter can be found close by.
- Gialia : A small yet often crowed beach on the eastern coast of the island, pebbly with clear waters right next to the road. If you take a walk towards the north, you will find yourself at Piso Gialia. Pythara river ends up in Gialia beach.
- Τis Grias to Pidima : The small and sandy beach near the Bay of Korthi is everyone’s favorite and it is highly unlikely that you will not find it crowed during summertime. Access from the Bay can be given through a small unpaved road as well as through a small and short pathway.
Its main characteristic is the impressive monolith which is 15 meters high. According to tradition, it took its name from an old woman called Andriotissa who helped the Turks invade the monastery of Faneromeni. When she realized the consequences of her actions, she jumped off the hill only to become a fossil in the sea.
- Vori : This beach owes its popularity to the rusty shipwreck of a Turkish ship. The ship got stranded there after a great storm on its way from Turkey to Italy where it would have been recycled. But that is not the only shipwreck of the beach since there is another one that got stranded there as well in 1920. The beach also has a small biotope and a river that ends up in the sea.