Even the fully green pines want to touch the sea in Antony Quinn's Bay. A scenery that reminds more of a Caribbean destination than a Rhode's one.
A small peddle beach with emerald waters that enchanted Antony's Quinn's mind. The beach took its name from the famous actor who bought this part of the island while filming the movie "The Guns of Navarone ".
The almost green colors of the water is caused by the dense green vegetation that surrounds the area. Its sharp rocks inside and outside the beach make it is unsuitable for families with young children and older people. At the top of the cliff there is a canteen where visitors can buy snacks and refreshments.