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Rare beauty

The landscape is simply amazing but the plastic that litters the beach and particularly the finer... read more

Reviewed July 11, 2019
eleniaggeliki
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Thessaloniki
North Coast Beach

The beach is often covered by wind blown sea debris which is cleared once per season. The sand is... read more

Reviewed March 27, 2019
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Jul 11, 2019
“Rare beauty”
Mar 27, 2019
“North Coast Beach”
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Agios Georgios 84300, Greece
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The landscape is simply amazing but the plastic that litters the beach and particularly the finer particles that have gathered where the waves roll onto the beach make it a poor sight. It could have been the most beautiful beach on the island but as it is it would make a good
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The beach is often covered by wind blown sea debris which is cleared once per season. The sand is plentiful and the water warm when not too windy. Need to walk from Agios Georgios on paths that cross some steep rocks as you near the beach. No services or shade. Hike from town
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Worth the walk, but litterstrewn . . . beachcombers kind of place, it you need driftwood, this is for you, or . . . if you are one size 4 left footed blue croc short, its probably still there . . . .
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The place is amazing, but very dirty. The currents bring all the rubbish from Aegean sea. Recommended for the view. The walk is for 30 min. Needs proper shoes because of the stones. Follow signs for path 8. The beggining of the path is covered by bushes
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