Location: About 6km south west of Argassi on the Vassilikos Peninsular
Getting There: It's the first beach you come across when taking the main road towards Vassilikos. It is possible to walk or cycle from Argassi, but be warned that the road leading down from the main road is very steep and not easy even in a car!
Access: The area between the beach and a car park is lawned with no steps so would be suitable for someone in a wheelchair
Sunbeds: Yes - free but you are expected to buy something from the bar in return for their use. All the facilities are provided by the owner of the bar and apartments
Safe for Kids: Yes
Food & Drinks: A limited, but traditionally Greek menu is available from 2 beachside bars
Seaweed: Yes, but it's easily avoided
Sand or Pebbles: A mixture of sand and pebbles extending a few metres into the water then mostly sandy
Car Parking: The owners provide car parking close to the beach
|Often criticised, mainly because in many places there is no beach! At least the water is shallow with a sandy bottom making it good for bathing.|
|A beautiful beach and an important nesting ground for the Loggerhead Sea Turtles, accessed via a long and bumpy dirt road. Definitely one for the rental car!|
4.4An important nesting beach for the Loggerhead Sea Turtles and very well maintained by the Marine Park. It's beach you should visit during your holiday.
4.0A huge expanse of sandy beach which is great for those who would don't need a sunbed, or a crowd.
4.2A beautiful location and not over commercialised. It's a perfect stop-off place and within walking distance of Argassi if you're feeling fit!
|For a while in 2008 this was a deserted naturist beach, but not now the Zante Royal Palace Hotel has reopened.|
|A tidy and well run beach resort. You pay for sunbeds on the beach, but sunbeds on the grassy area behind are free.|
|Not as sandy as some other beaches in Vassilikos, but still a beautiful setting with greenery surrounding the beach.|
|Exotic looking beach with fine sand and good facilities. There are plenty of small fish to see if you go snorkelling at the rocky end of the beach.|