If you take a journey through Makrigialos and Goudouras, you’ll find a small peninsula at the east end of the bay, where a dirt road leads to the greenhouses. Along this path, you’ll come across Spilia (cave) beach, a small pebbly shore with a cave, which is usually clean despite the streams carrying rubbish. Continuing westward, you’ll find Psalidia beach, a secluded sandy area with low dunes and shrubs. The bay’s shape is said to be the origin of its name, which translates to ‘scissors’ in Greek. During September, the area is transformed into a paradise with thousands of white sand daffodils blooming. For those interested in photography, a stroll along the coastline from Psalidia to Lagada reveals a plethora of picturesque rocks.