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This is a lovely beach, one of the best i have been to. There are tons of sunbeds and umbrellas, most owned by the beach bars or hotels on the front. I can't remember of the ones we were at but if you bought a...More
Blue-green very clean water of pleasant temperature. Beach with very light sand, a lot of sun umbrellas, drinking and eating service. But when you are keen of swimming, don’t miss this beach. Highly recommended.
A beach that is very very long has a few concrete jetties which makes fun to jump in and also to fish off what you will find here is space which has lots of umbrellas also lots of free sand well you can just put...More
Sand, beautiful blue- green clear, warmwaters, can walk out and swim for long way while safe. Bit busy on the beach with a multitude of sunbeds, hotels and bars serving but once swimming out, is delightful :-)
Great for family, couples and solo very friendly...More
The beach is clean with a lot of sun beds.
The water is also the same and for us this was the most important taking into consideration our young daughter.
There were some small waves still this was not an issue.
There is a bar...More
We rested the whole family, with a three-year-old son. Everyone liked the beach very much, both me and my wife and the child. In June, the water was already warm, about 25-26 degrees, clean. The beach is well maintained, without debris. We loved it! However,...More
Kalithea is a modern seaside town on the east coast of the Kassandra Peninsula, way up in northeastern Greece.
There’s a lively main strip with late-night clubs and stylish bars, plus a charming old town where tucked-away tavernas serve up authentic Greek cuisine.
Small beach, a lot of restaurants....if you see a small cloud on meteo in Greece, don't go because this small cloud will be a rain or a storm. They don't show the real meteo, because 90% from GDP of Greece it's tourism.
Unless you like being packed like a sardine surrounded by loud music and everything that sane minded people want to avoid stay well away from the beach. Enjoy the temple ruins and then head out immediately!