Swimming in Lake Karla and Mavrovouni

If you’re visiting the lake region and would like to go for a swim – especially since the lake is off-limits to swimmers – you’ll find a number of great beaches on the other side of Mavrovouni. One of the quietest is the beach of Kamari on the water of the picturesque village of Keramidi, only 45 minutes away from the lake. Also north of the lake are the quiet pebbly beach Rakopotamos and the long blue beach of Agiokampos, which are a little longer to get to but quite worth it.


Clean, wide, fun and beautiful Agiokapos beach connects with Sotiritsa and Velika beaches in a 14 km stretch of Blue Flag awarded coastline.
Photos: (0)                     Phone: N/A             Email: N/A
Around 15 km from Agiokampos, this somewhat isolated beach can be reached by following the road to Sklithro, after Rakopotamos beach.
Photos: (0)                     Phone: N/A             Email: N/A
Awarded with a Blue Flag in 2013, Nea Anchialos offers 20 km of impressive coastline, where there is something for everyone…
Photos: (0)                     Phone: N/A             Email: N/A
You’ll come across this yellow sand beach with some pebbles on the road to Polydendri, around 8km from Agiokampos.
Photos: (0)                     Phone: N/A             Email: N/A
Access to the sea from Veneto, a tiny village perched on a distant hillside of Pelion, could be described as challenging, but worth it.
Photos: (0)                     Phone: N/A             Email: N/A
On the way from Keramidi to Kamari, turning left towards Agiokampos you will find the pretty pebble beach of Ai Giannis. Photo by: Rodinos G.
Photos: (0)                     Phone: N/A             Email: N/A
Other Activities for Lake Karla & Mavrovouni
Share:
Tools:

Discover Greece by prefecture

Social
Media