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No “hidden gem”

A very beautiful spot for swimming and snorkelling. Great view under water and a lot to see. The... read more

Reviewed October 13, 2021
Crodt
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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A must see!!!

A real must see when you visit Zakynthos. In our opinion one the the most beautiful place of the... read more

Reviewed September 14, 2021
JhonnyFens21
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Zoetermeer, The Netherlands
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Reviewed July 22, 2019

One of my favorite spots in Zakynthos. The water is amazing , the view is incredible. There are available sunbeds and a nice taverna to eat afterwards. It is a must see in Zakynthos. Due to limited sunbeds keep it mind that you might need to try to accommodate yourself by the rocks, we didn't mind it.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 18, 2019 via mobile

I am the kind of guy who doesn't take five-stars reviews at face value. In this case I would recommend, don't take the 1-star reviews at face value, or you may miss a good place.
This place is a small cove, flanked by steep rocks, with clear, green-and-blue water: all in all a great place for swimming. It's also good for snorkeling: the sea bottom is nothing special but you can see fishes.
You can certainly find coves as good as this one, and less crowded, if you have a boat and navigate the coast a little; if you haven't one, this is probably as good as it gets on Zakynthos.
Now, let's come to the minus points:
It's crowded. Yes. As any other beautiful place on a Greek island in full summer. If you know what to expect, no minus point. If you look for quiet, solitary places, it's not for you.
You will probably have to park your car at the road side. Yes, but the road only leads to this beach, so there is no through traffic, no problem.
The road is dangerous. Not really. Narrow, windy and in bad condition yes, like most other roads on the island. Again, it's a Greek island, you know what to expect.
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The public is made of young people for a good part. Lively, but not disturbing.
Access to the sea is obviously difficult, it's a rocky cove. Water is deep, and the combination is not ideal for small children. I am still pondering if the taverna owners should build small platforms and stairs to access the water, since the taverna building spoils the natural spot already. I'm not sure - and perhaps doing such things is outright forbidden. However my 10-year old son, a good swimmer, spent the whole day in the water and had to be dragged out with promises of ice-creams. As well, it may not be ideal for older people.
I found the water pleasantly chill, other friends found it outright cold.
If you want to stay comfortable you can rent sunbeds at the taverna, they are nice and under sunshades.
The taverna is well kept and is ok for an ice cream or a slice of cake. However don't waste your time and eat a full meal there, because the level of their cuisine is tourist fast-food.

Date of experience: July 2019
5  Thank Cris1963
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Reviewed July 18, 2019 via mobile

To get to this beach, you will need a car. The route to this beach is stunning and a bit scary. It is narrow, very steep with lots of twists and turns. The sea is in a lovely blue colour. You will know when you are near because you will see cars parked in parallel by the side of the road which also makes it very difficult to pass especially when there is another car coming. There is a car park but it will full, hence parking by the side of the road. We did try to find a parking space but it meant a long walk and where we would have parked, it didn’t look that safe so we decided to pass and go on to the next beach which is less than 1 mile away. I can only image it must be good with so many people wanting to go. My advice is to get there early to ensure you get a parking space.

Date of experience: July 2019
2  Thank AndrewTheExplorerUK
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Reviewed July 13, 2019 via mobile

A little piece of heaven with clear blue water, there is a restaurant with sun beds and tables, you need to go down and jump in the water, also there is a little diving club if you like - enjoy!

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 7, 2019 via mobile

It is a secluded - not a typical sandy beach, must bring snorkling gear or at least some swimming shoes (rocks can be sharp!), can find some shade, but not much - especially during high season... not fun for smaller children, but great if you like amazing, cristal clear and cooler waters, there is also a nice tavern which offers meals, drinks and sunbeds in the shade..our family loved it and we would visit it again!

Date of experience: June 2019
1  Thank L7822XBdorisg
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