Amenities & things to do
at Kopria Beach beach:
This is a hidden paradise, a beautiful pebbly beach with crystal clear waters, sheltered from both sides by rocky terrain. You will find only a handful of sunbeds, as well as a restaurant there. The beach is surrounded on both sides by fantastic rock formations, and the water is warm and clean. The beach is usually not crowded.
Since the beach is quite small, it is advised that you visit early so you can get a good spot. It is also well combined with a visit to the castle of Kritinia and the village of Kritinia, so you could actually well spend half a day in this area exploring and enjoying a nice swim!
Kalathos beach offers sand and tiny pebbles as far as the eye can see. Even on the national Greek holiday of 15th August, when every beach in the country is packed with people, you'll find a place here just for you.
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Kato Petres beach, a beautiful spot, is tucked away down a small paved path. There are no sun beds or parasols here, there are no merchants trying to sell you anything, and the noises of the busy tourism hot-spots close by will not reach you.
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As a relatively low profile beach resort area, Pefki (Pefkos) is made up of smaller hotels and rooms to let. The pines stand tall above the buildings, as you look back towards the shore from any of the chairs on the sandy coves.
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