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Will I have to break the bank to go swimming at a private beach in Santorini?
 
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I have never heard about private beaches in Santorini, but there are so many amazing ones for sure:



 
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Price of sunbeds varies. Some it is just have a drink of the beach bar and beds are for free. We paid 3 euro per bed, 7 for a set or 10 for a set. Most expensive ones we have seen were on Ios, 50 euro for a hanging sunbed in a cool club.
 
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Price of sunbeds varies. Some it is just have a drink of the beach bar and beds are for free. We paid 3 euro per bed, 7 for a set or 10 for a set. Most expensive ones we have seen were on Ios, 50 euro for a hanging sunbed in a cool club.
50 euros is a huge splurge!! wow I've never seen sunbeds so expensive
 

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50 euros is a huge splurge!! wow I've never seen sunbeds so expensive
Just browsing through... Kalley Mera Kalllo Mina....In Mykonos at Nammos in Psarou beach...€200 For 2 sunbeds and umbrella.☂️......And here's the good part....'if they have or will let you have them....It is Mykonou...😂😂
 
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Just browsing through... Kalley Mera Kalllo Mina....In Mykonos at Nammos in Psarou beach...€200 For 2 sunbeds and umbrella.☂️......And here's the good part....'if they have or will let you have them....It is Mykonou...😂😂
That's CRAZZYYY wow
 
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Just browsing through... Kalley Mera Kalllo Mina....In Mykonos at Nammos in Psarou beach...€200 For 2 sunbeds and umbrella.☂️......And here's the good part....'if they have or will let you have them....It is Mykonou...😂😂
Even if .... I wouldnt spend it on a sunbed. Really Mykonos is too expensive.
 
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Even if .... I wouldnt spend it on a sunbed. Really Mykonos is too expensive.
People who go there spray Moët and Veuve Clicqot for partying and fun time so the loose change for a few sunbeds is not even a side issue!😂😂😂
 
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k_tsoukalas

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I would think it depends on the time of year. Prices might be lower in May and October in the off peak times of the tourist season? What I like about these private beaches is that I don't have to bring any of my own things, like chairs or towels and blankets. I tend to travel pretty light. I have no idea what they cost on Santorini because I have never been to them on this island, but I have enjoyed them in other parts of Greece. I find that my friends and family members who don't like sitting in the sun for hours don't really enjoy the private beaches.
 

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