Astros beach is also called "island" and really gives you this feeling thanks to the beach with palm trees and fish taverns along the endless beach 10 km long, with unlimited options for swimming, from sandy beaches or pebbles and from organized to secluded.
From the ruins of the medieval castle at the top of the hill, the view of the Argolic Gulf is panoramic. Next to the marina with boats, the shady square with pine trees, cafes and taverns is offered for stopping during the hot lunch hours. On the paved sidewalk with the beautiful stone buildings there are many shops for crepes, waffles and ice cream, while there are also bars in front of the beach.
Just 4.5 km west is the lively provincial town of Astros, with the preserved neoclassical where the Second National Assembly was convened in 1823 and the Archaeological Museum. A little further west, the Monastery of Loukous of the 12th c. and the villa of Herod of Attica are of great interest because of their findings.