Kommos (or Komos) is actually the southernmost and the most isolated part of the huge beachfront of Mesara Bay.
There are only a few tamarisk trees around, not buildings, because Kommos is a protected archaeological area and building is forbidden. Next to the archaeological site, on the south, there is an organized beach with umbrellas, sun beds, toilet, showers, and a tavern. All around there are many trees and huge sand dunes where you can admire the white lilies of sand, which sign the end of the summer.
Wherever you are, the views to Paximadia islets is stunning, especially when the sun sets near the islands. Just opposite the archaeological site, 300m in the sea, you will see a beautiful big rock, which the locals call Volakas.