Quite similar to the landscape of Perissa, the beach is covered by black sand while on the left side of the beach is an enormous rock called Mesa Vouno that rises from the sea.
The area is extremely attractive, especially at night when the rock shines in the dark. This beach is fully organised offering a wide range of facilities like sunbeds, umbrellas and various types of water sports.
The traditional houses line the village of Kamari offering a beautiful view to the sea. Visitors can take a nice walk along the waterfront.
Due to the modern amenities including hotels, restaurants, snacks, cafes, bars and night clubs the village becomes quite popular with tourists during the peak season. From Kamari, a road takes you up the mountain to Ancient Thira, and a caique can bring you to the wild isle of Anafi.