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Lageri beach

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Lageri beach

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Private Day Trip to Cape Sounio & Temple of Poseidon

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Venture out of the bustling city of Athens and explore Cape Sounio, home to the stunning Temple of Poseidon. This 6-hour private tour is perfect for those interested in Greek history and mythology and see beautiful views of the Aegean Sea. Take a dip in the crystal clear waters, enjoy a delicious Greek breakfast, and catch a beautiful sunset before heading back to Athens.
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M&S wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom22 contributions21 helpful votes
Came here following our hotel receptionist's suggestions. Arrived right for the sunset and left late in the dark with our phone flashes as our guide, I suggest wearing proper shoes to walk on rocks but it's the best sunset views and colors. With the colors of the sand and rocks on the beach it was the perfect scene for our last evening in Paros. Breathtaking!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Stefano F wrote a review Aug 2020
Briosco, Italy63 contributions8 helpful votes
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Premise: if you want an easy accessible beach equipped with parking, umbrellas, bars, toilets, music and / or you are against obvious nudism and homosexuality, then don't go to Lageri. Otherwise, this is undoubtedly the most beautiful beach I have visited in Paros. The water is super clean and calm even in windy days, the sand is soft and white, although some little stones and rocks are spread here and there. Natural shadow is provided by some bushes and trees that go occupied very soon, so better if you bring with you an umbrella or a tent is you care of sun burns. Being the beach totally unattended, bringing own food, water and other personal stuff is mandatory. Behind the beach there are several sandy dunes too, quite rare environment in Paros to my concerns. The local government seems to keep the environment clean but unfortunately visitor stupidity may lead to see some left papers or plastic but overall I found it to be a clean place. To reach Lageri by car, I suggest to set your navigator to drive you to a tiny and pitoresque white church nearby: you won't get there as you will have to park the car (but quads and bikes too as the first 50m of the path is 50cm wide) few dozens of meters before the church, not a real parking, just leave your car where others left their on the dirty road, for your convenience I used to park at coordinates 37.132888,25.270039 on Google Maps. It is then necessary to walk for about ten minutes on a dirt and rocky path till you get to the sandy line, walking is anyway pretty safe even with flip flops, but sneakers can be a better option. Highly recommended to visit Lageri in the morning, you will have more shades from trees, better sea view colors and obviously less crowd and a more convenient parking place.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Matthew C wrote a review Oct 2019
West Hollywood, California4 contributions2 helpful votes
This beach is off the beaten path but is highly worth a visit. My husband and I went twice during our brief stay in Paros in October and it truly felt like our own private paradise. It is a bit tricky to find via Google Maps. However we followed another reviewer’s suggestion by parking on a small dirt road that leads to a little church on the water. Turn right at the church and walk about 5 mins along the coastline and you’ll hit the beach. Pasting the coordinates of where we parked below for reference -- you can copy/paste them into Google Maps: 37°07'59.7"N 25°16'14.6"E
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Frank N wrote a review Sep 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands4 contributions1 helpful vote
We went by car and it was hard to find. Routing by GoogleMaps guided us over rocky roads. Try to park the car close to the little church (dead end street) and walk for 5 minutes to the beach. It’s a beautitul and quiet beach with a relaxing atmosphere. Mixed public included nuditsts and families. Worth the try!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Vicky M wrote a review Sep 2019
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If you want a peaceful day on the beach this is the place to go! For those who love walking it about 30 minute leisurely walk from Naousa. Just be conscious of cars as parts of the walk have very little paths for pedestrians, having said that it is very safe. This non organised beach is clean and water is lovely. A place of calm for you to relax and enjoy! Bring water and food with you if you plan to spend the entire day
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Date of experience: July 2019
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