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A long and winding road down from Drapanos brings you to this delightful spot that has been enjoyed by the locals for a long time but fingers crossed you will find peace when swimming in these serene waters
Beautiful waters, great for snorkeling, but make sure there is zero wind, otherwise it can be tricky to get and out of the water... not ideal for small kids as the rocks are dangerous and there is a very slippery boat slip, no sand... a...More
Difficult to get, not always easy to jump info the water but it is so unique, beautiful and great water that you can’t miss! Also until now, not so many people go there!
As well, eat there with a daurade or a mullet. The whole...More
We stopped by this tiny picturesque cove in the hope of doing a little snorkelling but even though the sea wasn't that rough, the waves were crashing on the rocks and it was hard to imagine ever having the chance! There is no beach, just...More
The rest of my family have braved and enjoyed swimming in the cove there. It certainly looks beautiful but on both our visits it's been a little wild for my unadventurous spirits. What I do love is the taverna which serves fantastic fresh fish which...More
You will need transport to get here. Its 4k downhill off the beaten track! But there is still 3G connectivity, would you believe.
Great food, shadey surrounds, very small rocky stoney beach for your post prandial nap, in crystal ckear water
Who thought of buildibg...More
After a long drive we ended up at this little cove and taverna. The little building made of pebbles and shells is nice, the sea is an incredible colour and the taverna a trip down memory lane to when we first came to Greece. Two...More
When we stopped here, I was worried that the water looked too rough for the kids (it was a windy day). Luckily, another tourist was there who was quite helpful about the swim conditions. Without our water shoes, we had to jump in off the...More