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Sarakiniko Beach

205 Reviews

Sarakiniko Beach

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Alun P wrote a review Sep 5
Glasgow, United Kingdom113 contributions42 helpful votes
We have been coming to Parga for many years and love all the beaches. Sarakiniko is a beautiful beach, but has the most horrible, racist, aggressive woman collecting money for the sun beds. On one occasion, she complained to us about the Albanians and Romanians on the beach. Another time we witnessed her shouting at a young girl who was getting her photo taken on the beach as the mother dared to sit on the sunbed that she had not paid for. It is a shame as we used to love visiting there for lunch, but now we would spend it on Valtos.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Nada B wrote a review Aug 2020
Athens, Greece90 contributions13 helpful votes
Wind blew garbage and there was no choice of swimming elsewhere...beautiful place limited food choices. Nice beach of the area but not execptional.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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457tatianat wrote a review Jul 2020
Bucharest, Romania40 contributions6 helpful votes
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It was the best beach for us, small and not so crowded in September 2019. We rent sun beds from Anemolia Suites and we had great service and food. They made our day so even if it wasn't near our hotel in the last day we went again to them. So if you want peace, great food and services, from all my heart I recommend the beach in front of Anemolia.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Katrina M wrote a review Sep 2019
Hull32 contributions7 helpful votes
Had already visited this beach solo by boat the previous week but came by car with friend second time. Steep descent to it and rather scary hair pin bends ( quite a bit of nervous laughter!) but worth it. Small and sheltered beach with sunbeds, but we opted for the bed free area near the boat jetty.It's slightly more sandy and although there's a small dip near the sea's edge, it's easy to get into the water and a gradual drop once in, which gave a very pleasant swim. There's plenty of room on the beach area generally for everyone and has the added advantage of Resalto's Taverna just behind. ( See separate review). The carpark for the beach is very small and was full so we parked in the taverna carpark next-door to Resalto's- ok if you buy a drink ( we had 2 small beers) or get their sunbeds. As in all the beaches in the area I visited, the wind gets up in the middle of the afternoon, so the sea gets a bit choppier. This is more noticeable if you're on the taxi boat back (leaves at 5pm, costs 11 Euro return from Parga), especially the old wooden one. Not helped if the elderly "captain" decides to head out sideways, parallel to the waves!! All in all would recommend. My 2nd choice to Neri beach near Sivota.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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spasenoski wrote a review Sep 2019
Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia168 contributions10 helpful votes
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Nice but small beach very crowded. Sum beads are very close so you dont have privacy. The wather is very clean. Two sun beds and umbrela 10 euro. Drinks and snacks with similar prices like other beaches around. Good place to visite but very small parking. Very big problem is where to park your car becouse the space is high uphill and narrow for two cars to cross
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Date of experience: August 2019
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