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Skala Kallonis Beach

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Skala Kallonis Beach

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5-Hour Walking Tour: Agiasos Village Life and Chestnut Forest
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5-Hour Walking Tour: Agiasos Village Life and Chestnut Forest

Get to know one of the gems of Lesbos on a small-group walking tour of Agiasos village including stops at churches, cafes, and a folklore museum. Learn about local industries at an olive oil mill and soap factory, and taste sweet fruit preserves and other local specialities with a rustic picnic in a forest filled with chestnut and cherry trees. Bonus: Visit during carnival season in early spring to confidently take part in festivities like parades with the help of your guide.
US$131.83 per adult
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tashayian wrote a review Aug 2020
Agrinio, Greece11 contributions
Cool waters used mostly by the locals of Skala Kalloni. Has nice tavernas and eating places around it and all within walking distance
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Rupert The Bear wrote a review Sep 2019
Southampton, United Kingdom324 contributions58 helpful votes
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The water is shallow ideal for kids and adults who are not strong swimmers. There are bins on the beach which were used and emptied when full by the restaurant staff so no litter on the beach when we were there for our 2 weeks All the sunbeds on the beach we used in front of the restaurants were in good condition There is seagrass in parts but just walk around it, the water does sometimes get a little cloudy when it's windy it's only the seabed getting mixed up. As i said this beach is fine single and not sand it was not a problem for us overall we enjoyed our days on the beach
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Bev-J-Mills wrote a review Aug 2019
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom127 contributions31 helpful votes
Not a very nice beach. Twigs, wood and litter strewn. the seabed is covered with seaweed. Sunloungers were old, faded, torn and in disrepair.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Adonis K wrote a review Aug 2019
Istanbul, Turkey104 contributions129 helpful votes
People with young children generally prefer this beach, because the sea is shallow, warm and not wavy. When we visited this beach, the sea wasn’t clear and was so muddy that i couldn’t enter and swim although my child enjoyed it very much. There are more beautiful and clearer beaches in Lesvos so i don’t advise.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Spynxao wrote a review Jul 2019
Loddekopinge, Sweden63 contributions7 helpful votes
This beach is over rated if you want to take a swim. There ate much Niger beachen on Lesbos. The beach restaurant was nice though and served a very good omelett.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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