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Having been to Parga for the last 3 years and each time visiting Piso Krioneri beach we have noticed how much busier it has become. In 2016 you could arrive at midday and still find a place. This year however it was full by 10.15...More
It is a beach into parga actually, you may visit it without taking your car. It has many stones, it is not easy to set an umbrella and it very small so it gets too crowded. The water is clear and very deep as in...More
A really beautiful little beach surrounded by lush greenery and rock formations. Highly recommend. Take your water shoes as pebble beach water crystal clear and chairs and umbrellas available for Euro 8.00 (2 chairs and umbrella)
Plenty of well-spaced sunbeds and umbrellas but it's normally full by 10.00 in high season. Two beds and an umbrella cost €8 which is about the going rate. The main beach is pebbles with shingle at the shore line so take your beach shoes.
Paso Krioneri Beach is a small pebbles Beach with a lovely restaurant on it which is open all day and evening. Three times a week there is music and then Greek dancing by the 2 waiters. It is a very picturesque little corner of Parga...More
Beautiful beach only few minutes walk from Parga. Small beach, sun beds available. There's also few restaurants nearby. Beach consists of sand and small rocks. Good choice, if you want to spend a peaceful day. But if u want to fit in - be early,...More
Piso Krioneri Beach's redescovered its natural magical spirit. Yes, i am not drunk at all! This place has been for a long time just abused by tourists but in the last years it seems like reborning to a new life. It's mostly a free beach...More
Not very often you are able to find in Greece a good snorkeling on a town beach.
Parga with her Piso Krioneri beach is an exception.
The beach is very small and overcrowded with fixed umbrellas and beach chair. It was also almost full in...More