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All reviews sandy beach young children decent food typical greek food sun beds are free shallow water next year small beach greek dancing beach restaurant lovely walk quiet bay lovely spot no problem the owner pan theo
We arrived here from Gaios in our hired boat and a helpful member of the beach restaurant staff guided us to a mooring spot.
Had a good lunch watching the boats and small beach.
Worth a visit.
Sun beds are free for those using the...More
Took one look and left, busy with yacht/boat traffic so did not fancy a swim. Not worth it for a small patch of sand along a narrow road. Even if the beaches elsewhere on the island are pebbles, they are infinitely more beautiful.
This beach is probably great for those with young children as it is sandy and has very shallow waters. There were also paddle boards and kayaks to rent. We spent a lovely day here, and had a very nice lunch at Carnayo, but I would...More
I’ve reviewed this beach before but it’s still one of my favourite spots. Lovely sheltered cove with a sandy beach. The water is shallow for quite a way so very safe swimming for anybody.A favourite spot for yachts so great to sit in the taverna...More
We walked from Gaios to here. Initially we tried to follow the inland footpaths and got lost and ended up joining the road by the Paxos Beach Hotel. On the way back we followed the footpath along the edge of the ruined church. Even with...More
We were sailing to Paxos and chose here to stay for the night. It’s a lovely bay and much prettier than the main town. Although don’t try if ever there’s a flotilla about as you won’t be able to stop on the pier but will...More
We stayed 3 nights we liked it so much. Family owned restaurant with a beach and sandy shallow water. Perfect for all the family / couples / groups.
When we were there they were hand rearing a goat that behaved much like a dog. So...More
Enjoyed the afternoon on the beach at Mongonissi.
Would imagine it being very busy in the summer, but it was nice in late September with local families enjoying a sunday.
Guy that collected the sun bed money was a bit rude, saying we couldn't look...More
We visited in October and parking was no problem. Could be different at height of season. Very tranquil and 2 tavernas to choice from. Only had a coffee in one and thought overpriced. Stroll to the end and you have a excellent view od Anti...More