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Twenty minutes from Argostoli is the beautiful, secluded Pessada Beach. The water gradually deepens and as always in Greece, is clear, clean and absolutely delightful to swim in. Pessada has a distinct benefit of being a sandy beach though it is quite small. May also...More
Very challenging to get to. As soon as we got there the beach was crowded by locals (I assume) as they were all talking to each other very loud, yelling and playing ball. There was no room for our umbrella and towel.not really worth our...More
This beach had lovely water, but is a challenge to get to. Had to hike a far distance down and then was mostly rocks. There are a number of locals that frequent the beach and are not friendly. There are also lots of teenagers that...More
Our first time to Pessada Harbour - overlooking the beach. Great taverna - huge fresh Greek salad with two slabs of Feta Cheese. Had pork souvlaki with it - great taste. Superb friendly service. The beach is set in a cove with a cave -...More
I was so looking forward to this. I was told there was a rock path. I was not told it was challenging to get to. It connects beaches Vrisi more public still beautiful and ammos the private side with limited space. Parking is also limited...More
Pessada beach is, in my opinion, one of the best beaches on the island. It's very small though so I would recommend going earlier than 10 in the morning to have a good spot. If you arrive later and there are already cars parked along...More