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Exploring Freeness during Sailing Holidays in Greece

There are many crowded places in Greece where someone can live the real summer Greek experience. Although, there are some spots, where sailors could swim to the beach, put their hammocks and lay down the amazing shadow, trees providing.


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For many, years this beach was the staple of Greek sea abroad. Here the green and light blue waters play with sun reflections.

Koukounaries Beach

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Beach

One of the most beautiful locations and most famous beaches of Greece. A magical beach surrounded by a dense pine forest, creating a landscape of rare beauty.

Beautiful small sandy beach in the southern part of the western edge of the island, next to the Megali Mpanana separated by a large rock. The relevant isolation makes it very popular to nudists, especially since they moved here from the Megali Mpanana.

Peykias is a large pebbled beach in front of a beautiful pine forest. It has clear waters and is organized with umbrellas and seabeds.

Koumpara Beach

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Beach

Koumpara is a frequented beach with golden sand and white pebbles, located 3km northwest of the port. The beautiful bay requires a 30-minute walking from Ormos port and it can also be reached by bus.

The beach of Gerontas is located in the southern part of the island. It is easily accessible by boat.

Episkopi Beach

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Beach

Episkopi is a small, charming and sandy beach, which has 500 meter stretch of sand. Its organized in a small part and there is only a small taverna, offering ouzo, tsipouro and tasteful dishes.

Tholos Beach at Kavousi

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Beach

Tholos beach is 26 km from Agios Nikolaos. It is a beautiful sandy beach with trees around, where bathers can lay down their shade.

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