Ammoudi is a small beach very close to Mouros beach. It has white sand, blue waters and is not close to a shop, tavern or café. The coast is accessible only on foot after walking about half an hour, following a hiking-path.
Kambi is a beach neighboring Agia Anna Beach and Syrma. Enclosed by high cliffs, making it almost undiscovered from the crowds, Kampi is a skinny-dipping pebbly shoreline of crystal-clear waters overlooking the rocky islet of Megalo Viokastro. There's not much else to do here, except enjoy the superb view at the Monastery of Hozoviotissa. Finally, Kambi is accessible via a hiking path (15min walk) crossing Syrma and following the rocks along the beach (hiking footwear highly recommended).
Chalara, set next to Sparti, is a quite inaccessible beach to visit. With its white pebbled sand and a series of plates under its dramatic waters, is one of the most scenic beaches in Amorgos. It might be difficult to reach, but upon arrival, you’ll be rewarded with a stunning beach and may even have it all to yourself. You should not forget to pack at least a bottle of water and wear sneakers or athletic shoes. The beach is accessible via boat, either hiking from Potamos (for about an hour) or following the well-marked path that begins from Asfontilitis and drives towards the Aegean Sea.
Psili Ammos is a secluded, free of sunbeds powdery beach with crystal-clear waters, located northwest of Aegiali. It can be reached on foot (a 40-minute hike from Aegiali or a 20-minute walk from the parking lot at Levrosos) or by boat from the port of Aegiali.