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The restaurants bordering the beach are almost on it. Took a long time to drive from the centre of the island down some very winding roads. Water was too rough to swim in when we visited but place afforded a great people watching experience.
Sandy beach in the middle of the village. Water gets deep quite quickly, but not too much space to play. No umbrella or sunbeds for rent, however there are free showers and dressing rooms available. Some nice looking restaurants next to the beach.
Gently sloping sandy beach, with rocky areas just a bit further on. Good for kids and adults alike. Plenty of places for drinks or lunch etc. Kids love trying to catch the tiddlers swimming around, we never saw any caught though, they were far too...More
Crystal clear waters great for snorkelling golden sandy beach can get a bit crowded there are a few taverners & mimi markets for essential items invade you had forgotten any thing
Great for family's
Don't forget your sun cream it can get very hot
Coming from Devon this small fishing town reminded me of the many Combes which run down to the sea in north Devon
It had a small sandy beach and a big stony beach
Lots of space but not too many people as it is an...More
We found the journey is more interesting than what we found, the beach is small and when we visited which July was full of seaweed, so our daughter just cover in black or perhaps we choose the wrong spot not sure, just something to check...More
We spent a short short hour in Apollon and decided to spend it on the Beach. Beautiful and super sandy the beach is well cleaned and maintained and the Aegean Sea was lovely and Warm. What a great way to relax and unwind.
We took the bus from Naxos town so we could enjoy the sometimes hair raising mountain roads! Journey took about 90 minutes but it didn't seem long as the views were interesting and we passed through numerous small villages.
The bus seems to be used...More