Situated in the south of the charming hamlet of Drymiskos is a stretch of beaches which span for 3 km. The area is known as Drymiskiani Gialia and is disaggregated into several coves by reefs and rocks, making it a perfect spot for snorkeling. It remains relatively unknown due to its relatively inaccessible location compared to other parts of South Rethymnon prefecture. The most recognized part of the beach is Ammoudi, which is the westernmost beach and the endpoint of the road leading from Preveli beach. It is the starting point of a short trail leading to Preveli beach.
Continuing eastward from Ammoudi, visitors will find a range of secluded sandy beaches, which are ideal for those seeking solitude. At the centre of the beach lies Kefala, which has a black, jagged rock emerging from the sand. To the left and right of the rock are two of the best beaches in the region. Going further east are the Anatolika beaches, also referred to as the East, which are significantly less crowded than the other beaches in the area. The beaches of Kerames, with the first being Gialopotama, can also be found in the region, although they have no trees, only large rocks which provide shade throughout the day.