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The beach is composed of big stones. I recommend to go to the part of the beach on the "corner" where there is a view point to the rocks and to the castle in the neighbour town. In this part you don't pay any fee,...More
Perfect for snorkeling and chill out in the sun or shade. A nice bar and also a restaurant for those who preffer. Swimmingpool with sea water, but I higly recommend the sea. Easy acess to the water by stairs, but wear bathing shoes if you...More
Greek Legend says that, Ulysses lands on the island of the Cyclops during his journey home and, together with some of his men, enters a cave filled with provisions. When Polyphemus returns in the evening and eats two of the men, Ulysses offers Him some...More
Wandering along the prom you see this lovely island, which it is also possible to visit. Added to the other volcanic rock structures in this little fishing village, makes a pleasant place to sit and take in the atmosphere
We came back to this beach club again and again. We tried others along the coast which were a bit fancier (and more expensive) but the location and facilities here are great for families.
The service from Sonia and the staff in the little café...More
Could be because we entered on a weekday - but still In August - we found a reasonably peaceful lido to hang out in for a day. No loud music or kids. Mostly families or older couples. Cost to non-residents is 10 Euro/person. Very large...More
very nice little spot but again forget the actually non existent beach
The local do their walks along the road looking at the daily view with different sunset off course.
This is not the place that you will spend a long time