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The walking in the mountains to get there totally worthy it, remember to wear sneakers and bring some water with you. The beach is very nice, not for divers as it do not exactly have a very diverse marine life, remember also to be careful...More
After the Potami beach take the road further until you see two paths on your right. You can park your car on the side of the road. Take the path on the left, after a few steps you see a sign which says ”Seitani”. Then...More
The walk was enjoyable though some people might find it a bit hard, as the track has hills in it, as it took us through typical Greek bushland. However, the beach is a little disappointing if you come from a country such as Australia with...More
One of the best secrets . The path in the forest is amazing . I recommend to everybody not to start the journey too late because it will be hot and you will get tired. From the ups and downs on the path. The beach...More
Wild, small and fabulous pebbles beach. Beach is accessible only by foot (app. 25min). This beach you must see. Almost with no people. Great scenery. I don't reccomend for disable people and families with small children.
I have to say that Mikro Seitani is the closest thing to a 'virgin' Beach. One can drive through Potami Beach and then can get the road on the right, it is a little bumpy, but you can do it with any car. There is...More
20 mn far from Potami beach through a walking path mentioned with red points all along. A pebble beach ideal for those who look for quietness and peacefulness in the nature. You should not expect anything there, so take water and whatever you may need...More