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Very crouded. Locals try to maximize profit by squeezing sunbeds close to each other. Prices when we were are around 10 euro per pair of sunbeds with an umbrella. They don't do as in other parts of Greece for ordering from the bar different things...More
We only visit the beach for a swim, either early or mid-morning, so I cant fairly comment on sunbeds or bars. Its clearly popular as its sandy. There is a slope (or steps) to the beach. Took us prob 3mins to walk back up in...More
high prices, no internet connection, poor service,
for the bar, who is the next to him, we payed 20 eur for ummbrela for few hours on the beach , the worst words, the staff totally unecultienced, accidentally bought a lunch from Papu's bar , we...More
You have to walk a steep downhill in order to get to the beach but the view worths it. We've been there twice, and both times it was windy and the sea was not that clean because of the waves (there are trees nearby). Overall,...More
The beach is in reality one long stretch which gets quieter as you walk south away from the noisy bars etc. The downside is that the beach becomes quite rocky and you would be best to get some swim shoes to walk... More
The beach is in reality one long stretch which gets quieter as you walk south away from the noisy bars etc. The downside is that the beach becomes quite rocky and you would be best to get some swim shoes to walk across to the sandy patches. There are a couple of really nice quieter bar/restaurants which I can recommend. Hope you enjoy this beautiful area.