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We visited in November and found the quiet and low-key atmosphere of this otherwise busy sea-side resort most enjoyable and relaxing. Not all restaurants were open but this actually just added to the charm Spectacular caves and still a few old retired hippies hanging around...More
loved this beach, wonderful place for photos. Lots of places to eat. The sand is a bit dark so it gets REALLY warm, so be sure to take some sandals to walk around! Visit the caves - they are not expensive and they actually look...More
Coarse sandy beach, lots of pretty tiny pebbles & pumice but sadly a lot of plastic too. Great views out to an island & mountains. If you go swimming, beware of the undertow - we saw a man lose his footing (and his swimming trunks)...More
We really liked our one day trip to Matala beach (not the shortest one from Hersonisoss, but definitely worth). We parked just outside town, parking was free. A bit closer there is another parking but you will have to pay. Walk through this small town...More
This is a really lovely beach with a small town and resort. The cliffs form a horseshoe bay with sheltered but deep clear water. The beach is fine pebbles and the cliffs on one side contain Roman burial tombs carved into the rocks. The beach...More
There is plenty of space to spread out away from the plentiful sun beds if you want to.The best snorkelling is at the cave end where the sea life is varied and interesting. You can also easily find a sandy route in and out here....More
The ancient caves are right next to the beach. They charge admission to them, but you can climb the rocks and walk through the caves. We did not go to the more recently discovered (1980s) ruins, which are a little... More
The ancient caves are right next to the beach. They charge admission to them, but you can climb the rocks and walk through the caves. We did not go to the more recently discovered (1980s) ruins, which are a little southeast of the beach. Since the beach faces east, I would assume that these ruins are not right on the water. You can google all of this and look at a map. The beach is just gorgeous, with plenty of chaises and umbrellas for rent (cheap!). There are also lots of cafes facing the water where you can stop for lunch, a snack or a bottle of wine. Have fun!