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Lourdas (Lourdata) Beach

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Lourdas (Lourdata) Beach

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Epar.Od. Keramion - Vlachatas, Lourdata 280 83 Greece
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Commence a scenic island drive through olive groves, vineyards and thick cypress glades. Passing through the Mount Aenos you will visit the Robola Winery and taste the famous Robola variety of wine. Explore the Drogarati Caves, famous for their acoustics. Visit the geological phenomenon that is the Melissani Lake which is in an underground cave. Next, we go for lunch to the cosmopolitan village of Fiscardo, untouched after the great earthquake of 1953. Leaving Fiscardo you will head to the little fishing village of Assos, which gives the impression of being an island of its own. En route on our way back, you’ll make a photo stop at Myrtos Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.<br><br>What you will see:<br>• Robola Winery – Visit inside, wine tasting<br>• Drogarati Cave – Visit inside<br>• Melissani Lake – Visit inside, boat ride<br>• Fiscardo Village – Lunch break (optional)<br>• Assos Village – Coffee stop<br>• Photo-stop at Myrtos beach
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Steve B wrote a review Oct 5
Worsley, United Kingdom455 contributions204 helpful votes
As you look out to sea the best part of the beach was to the right, where it is very sandy, as it is very pebbly to the left. It’s quieter there too. Several little beach bars along the long stretch. It’s very worthwhile walking past the boatyard on the right where there is another fine beach.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Emma wrote a review Sep 2020
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom142 contributions18 helpful votes
This beach is very rocky/gravel calm seas with boats available for hire, kanoes are about 8€ or paddle boards and the jet skis are 35€ for 15 minutes. It's allways clean, quiet with plenty of sun beds and bars on the front, great mountain views, the steps are wooden to get down to the beach, showers are easy to use, but the water always looks calm, you can walk along to another beach east
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Matt P wrote a review Sep 2020
Salford, United Kingdom100 contributions36 helpful votes
The wife loved it; but I was just so-so. I have no idea if the tide ever goes out, but it certainly didn't when we were there, so it all felt a little cramped to me. I prefer an entirely sand beach, but this was fairly pebbly too; with a line of fairly sizeable rocks underneath the water about 10 feet into the sea. Not my favourite; but by no means the worst beach ever either.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Lofty_76 wrote a review Aug 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom559 contributions146 helpful votes
Lovely beach which, though it is slightly commercialised with sun beds for hire, restaurants etc, still retains a quiet charm and peace.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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anthonyketterer01 wrote a review Mar 2020
Brentwood, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
We have been to Lourdes three times now over the past four years and have loved it every time. You really feel as if here you get to meet the real Greeks - it is not touristy or showy but the beach is sandy and clean, the sun beds in good repair and not expensive to hire and the locals are charming. The restaurants behind the beach are down-to-earth Greek tavernas but the food is always excellent, good value and the service is always friendly and prompt. We cannot recommend Lourdas highly enough. Also it is very easy to get to from the airport which is about 20 - 30 minutes drive away. Having said that we almost never saw or heard any planes as the flight path to the airport comes in from the west. Can't praise this part of Kefalonia too highly.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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