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The water is warm and clean... great swimming here. Bring your beach shoes though, the rocks are a little tough on your feet getting in and out of the water.
There is a sweet restaurant right on Caldera Beach to finish up the day at.....More
Fairly nice beach with black sand, but it is a little rocky and the water gets deep fairly quick.
It's located down a fairly steep drive (or you can walk down a steep track).
There's a few sunbeds for rent (I think since we didn't...More
We literally just spotted a sign on the side of the road before deciding to explore! What a find. There were literally 6 of us on the beach. Its not a massive beach and you will need a car/quad/moped to get down here but it...More
What this beach has to offer is its very private, local charm and the decent of 500m or so to get there. A local bar, (we didn't try cause it was packed--holds 15) and a large friendly taverna that has the usual offerings and a...More
Perfect beach if you like to be away from the crowds.
We were able to use the umbrella and chairs of the diving school for a while because they were busy giving lessons.
We then moved to the nicer part of the beach (to the...More
Solo walk from the hotel to see what the beach had to offer. Walked down the footpath but, having climbed over downed power wires and a broken tree, opted to return by the road. The beach is a busy spot - a dive school that...More
The road down is steep but worth it, parked at bottom no problem. There is a lovely taverna (Remezzo) by the beach. It is a pebbly beach so wear wet suit shoes. It's amazing to swim in a Caldera, the views out to see are...More