Just 6 km from downtown Myrina, in the village of Kaspaka, is the long and far-reaching Agios Ioannis beach, where on the sea cliff stands a little, yet beautiful, church named after St. John. The front of the church faces the sea, as if it is gazing out onto the big, blue Aegean. All around you’ll find volcanic rocks, and when meshed with the light, sandy beach and the transparent, clear waters, give the landscape a captivating and attractive effect you won’t find anywhere else.
The beach is conveniently located right off the main road, making your trip there quite easy. At Agios Ioannis Beach and in Kaspaka there are plenty of tourist amenities, facilities and services, such as the beach bar, free-of-charge umbrellas and lounge chairs, as well as places to stay overnight and traditional-kitchen tavernas that serve up local and fresh seafood.