Located east of Platia Peramata, you will come across the longest and most secluded beach of the region, Psili Ammos. It is renowned for its unmatched beauty but is not the best destination for camping, as the lack of trees means that there is no natural shade. However, the Asproharaki rocks at the eastern end of the beach provide a little shelter to those who are able to reach them. In 2010, a large Russian oil tanker was beached in the area due to a storm, but luckily no one was hurt and no pollution was caused. Before arriving at Psili Ammos from Tsigounas, you will find several smaller beaches. The most easterly is Paliomandra, which can be accessed via a dirt road. It is quite secluded and offers coarse sand and rocky seabed, making it perfect for fishing and snorkeling.