After the destructive earthquake of 1956 the people of a Mesa Gonia (a village completely flattened by the earthquake) founded the coastal village Kamari. Kamari took its name from a small arch that was part of a sanctuary dedicated to Poseidon. Kamari beach is the longest beach of Santorini and one of the most visited by tourists. However, because it is really big, you will never find it overcrowded. The water there is crystal clear, but the beach is not recommended for small children as there are slippery stones and you need to be careful.
Photo taken at Kamári, Kikladhes, Greece