Kamari lacks the charm and character that Perissa has despite the two beaches only being separated by a huge rock. It's far too open and rather bleak as a result. The 'entertainment' along the shore is comprised of hotels and bars or bars of the hotels and not much else.
The staff of these places are notably more desperate for custom and will actively call you out or attempt to goad you into their establishments. No-one wants to be pestered like this on a stroll down the beach - especially during the day.
Since everything along the beach is served by a narrow walkway, it can become quite awkward if you're shopping around for the best meal deal and then have to revisit all the other waiters or touts you made an excuse to earlier! We felt like we weren't overly welcome unless we spent with them. In the end we kept our heads down, avoided eye contact & just cut our Kamari visit short.
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