People embark a vessel after a landslide occurred at the popular beach of Navagio, or Shipwreck Beach, on the western island of Zakynthos, Greece, Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018.
One of the island's main attractions, Navagio has a shipwreck on the shore and is surrounded by steep cliffs.
Their injuries were not life-threatening, fire brigade and coast guard officials said.
Greek rescuers have been searching the beach, which was packed at the time, for possible victims after the landslide left at least one woman injured.
Footage posted on social media showed people running in panic as a large section of the cliff peeled off and crashed down close to several bathers.
Authorities evacuated and shut down access to the beach, which can only by reached by boat, as a precaution.
A couple of small boats overturned from the force of the fall that caused high waves, witnesses told authorities. One woman was reportedly treated for a fractured vertebra. The other six people injured included two children and according to a hospital official they received treatment for minor injuries.
The beach is also known as Shipwreck Beach.
Josh O'Connell, 21, of Kilkenny, Ireland, who works for a tour company on Zante, said there were more than a dozen tourist boats in the bay and 400-500 people in the area.