Read the reviews right here and thought we'd give it a go. Glad we did.
Drive wad a bit of a pain. Had to go through a fence but there was a nice little area to park after offroading for about 80 metres. Once parked we loaded the kids up and trekked for about 15 minutes along a stoney path. Not at all bad. Strangely, just as we got to within eye sight of the beach, there was a small area with a couple of tents in and some makeshift chairs. There were a few men here. They had a make shift shower set up and toilet rolls hanging from the trees. A lady from Essex we met told us that they were divers and that the previous day they had took the beach over by laying there equipment all over it. They had a small boat moored just off shore for fishing. Apart from a small ginny starting up occasionally and some gentle Greek singing they were no bother at all. I didn't forget that this is there island and we were probably intruding on THEM. The beach is by far the best on the island. A few shaded areas and plenty of ready made segregated seating/laying areas. The water is amazing. Shallow out to about 10 metres and then gradually deeper crystal clear water perfect for snorkeling. Not too many people here,I suppose because of how hard it is to get to. Absolutely must see.
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