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Ok, so there's no bar. No restaurant. No amenities. But you want remote beach, crystal clean green waters and peace? Bingo. Happiest memories here. Bring your own food and booze before you take the small fisherman's boat here. Beach is very hot. Lots of hot...More
Having been left on the island for 3 hours, we were expecting a lovely sandy beach with accessible water which really wasn’t the case.
The pebbled beach can be compared to Aberystwyth and the sea becomes very deep, very quickly which , having two children...More
We took a taxi boat, 20 euro each (expensive) but special trip that drive in between caves and rocks in the water until he came to the paradise beach which is absolutely amazing. Only reachable by boat and a must visit.
We spent 2.5 hours...More
A pebble stone beach that looks absolutely stunningly from a boat. Less so from the beach itself.
I visited this beach on a weekday in August with my wife and teenage daughter. We took a tour boat from Paleokastritsa (€20 per person!) and visited a...More
Accessible only by boat. Lovely secluded beach, ideal for swimming. Some of the cliffs are overhanging and did make me a bit nervous when I realised my whole family was sat under what looked like an unsafe cliff. Very scenic
Great surprise to find out that secret beach on our short trip to caves. 3 beaches were suggested to stop, all unique in their kind but we opted for the exotic one. White sand, crystal clear green water, white rock at the background offering natural...More
Don’t be fooled by the name. It’s no Whitehaven beach in the whitsundays! You have to hire a boat to get here and then anchor off shore and swim in. No toilets, restaurants or water sports and beach is all pebbles. Better beaches in the...More
Took the 20 euro tour by small boat from palaiokasteitsa to the caves and final stop paradise beach. Caves were ok. Getting off the small boat onto the beach could be challenging for some and who may need an extra hand. The view to and...More
Response from Restless_K | Reviewed this property |
Rovinia, yes. Paradise beach, no. At least, not without a climbing harness.
I can’t provide a link, but there is a site that provides walking directions to Rovinia. Search for “liapades bliss Rovinia beach”.