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Kastraki beach is a long approx 3km sandy beach which is still untouched. There is only one tavern at the end of the beach with a few sun beds. The beach itself is a must visit. As you walk along the beach you will discover...More
The beach is not as commercial as others. So plenty of space and the snorkeling is not bad for Greece. Be careful though, there are loads of sea urchins on the rocks so where swim shoes for protection.
Driving to see the cape at Pyrgati, we walked close to the cliff edges and then followed a path to come across an abandoned building with superb murals painted by the Wild Art collective. An unexpected moment of wonder.
Kastraki is a secluded beach, there are only few tourists which makes it even more beautiful. The sand is very clean and pleasant, the water is perfect, very warm and clean. However there is a huge wind on this beach so better take a very...More
Naxos has many beautiful beaches, each with its own personality. Kastraki is remote, long and most of it is covered in dunes. You can be by yourself. You can be nude if you want. Portions of the water have rocks, but much of it is...More