Andros, been the second largest and the northernmost island of Cyclades has a long coastline full of small and large bays among the sharp cliffs. The information we give here is based on a 3-year tour A. Gardelis, a resident of Andros, took 8 years ago to photograph and record most, if not all, the beaches of the island. In a nutshell, the island has a long list of beaches; however most of them are difficult to access by car due to road conditions or because one has still to walk after driving certain distance. There are numerous small bays accessible only by boat or driving in dirt and then hiking. Most are seclusive, ideal for couples or anyone who prefers isolation and virgin waters. A couple of the beaches are next to rivers or farming land making the landscape even more interesting due to unique ecosystems. On the other hand several beaches are large with rich golden sand or small pebbles ideal for families and people who prefer organized beaches. We divided Andros in four regions: north-east, south-east, south-west, and north-west to give some further information about the topic.
The full map of Andros beaches with pictures can be found here: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1c88sAkdS5ien3s_fE_TdaZ7whLA&hl=en_US&ll=37.84397796641631%2C24.84421193319692&z=10