Activities In Ionian Islands

Explore The Activities In Ionian Islands
Agia Barbara-Marta beach (Kavo)

This beach is a perennial favourite.

Agiofili beach (near Vasiliki village)

If you’re looking for an exotic but secluded sandy beach, this was made for you. You must follow a path from Vasiliki to reach this gem of a beach. From here, you can also enjoy a dip in Ammousa bay.

Agios Georgios Argiradon (near Argiradon village)

Visit this sandy beach as it’s popular with families.

Agios Gordios Sinaradon beach (Sinarades)

If you like sandy beaches with a lot of action and water sports, this beach is for you.

Agios Ioannis Peristeron beach (near Moriatiki)

Lush dark sand and blue-green waters invite you to enjoy a quiet swim.

Agios Nikolaos Beach (near Argostoli Town)

If you love sandy beaches and exotic seas, this beach is a must for you. It’s quiet and offers you beautiful views of pine and olive groves. If you like to explore while swimming, there are underwater rocks that make for interesting dives.

Agios Spyridon beach (near Antinioti Lagoon)

You can swim to a small island opposite this beach if you’re adventurous or go for a dip after birdwatching at the Lagoon.

Agni beach (Agni)

This quiet cove offers crystal-clear waters and the opportunity for a relaxing swim.

Ai-Ianni Beach (near Lefkada Town)

This white sand beach with crystal clear water makes for a refreshing dip in the deep sea. Although very close to town, this 4km beach looks stunningly exotic. With a breath-taking view, it’s also popular with kite-surfers. Explore the remains of old windmills in the area.

Antisamos Beach (near Dihalia village)

Locals and visitors alike are always stunned by the beauty of this beach. Clear blue waves lap up against a white pebble shore that’s framed by lush green forests and countryside. If you love water sports, this is the place to go.

Arillas beach (in Arillas)

You won’t forget this beautiful beach on the north-west coast. Families enjoy splashing in the crystal-clear waters and end up spending the day lounging on golden stretches of sand.

Atheras Beach (Athera village)

If your ideal swimming spot consists of a beautiful white-sand beach and aqua-marine water, Atheras is a must-see. It’s kept a secret by the locals, and as such you’ll feel like you’re the only person there. Visit St. Spyridon Church nearby.

Barbati beach (near Spartylas)

Barbati is a large Blue-Flag beach that’s popular with families.

Bouka (near Skala Potamou)

Locals love this sandy beach with shallow waters.

Diakofti beach

Shallow waters and a sandy beach make this ideal for everyone. Visit the Nordland shipwreck here.

Dimosari Canyon (2 km from Nydri village)

If you’re looking for a magical hike, Dimosary Canyon is perfect for you. Gushing waterfalls pool into exotic lagoons shaded by moss-draped oaks. This is a perfect swimming spot if you’re canyoning in the summer, although the waterfalls and thick forest keep the temperatures comfortable. Take a break and drink some spring water – the locals swear it’s the best drinking water in the region. Once you’ve relaxed, continue your trek by climbing the stone steps carved into the mountain. Dimosari Canyon is one of Lefkada’s vital ecosystems, and played an important role throughout Antiquity by powering the island’s waterworks by harnessing the surge of riverwater from Mount Vafkeri. If you enjoy caving, there are a few small caves throughout the canyon for you to enjoy.

Egremni beach (near Porto Katsiki beach)

Also popular but very idyllic with its sandy beaches, lush green landscape and deep blue waters. Although it requires a trek down a dizzying number of steep stone steps, you’ll be able to swim against a backdrop of sheer cliffs in an almost exotic golden-sand locale.

Elli beach (near Liapades village)

This beautiful beach is surrounded by olive groves and pine trees and leads to secluded coves.

Firi Ammos St. Pelagia beach

Bright-red pebbles make this stunning beach unique.

Foki Beach (near Fiskardo Town)

You’ll feel like you’re swimming right to the edge of a lush green forest when you take a dip in Foki. Beautiful aquamarine waves lap up to sparkling white pebbles that in turn are covered by the shade of many trees. You’ll have to perch on rocks when ashore as it’s a small beach, but the view is amazing. Take a walk down the beach and visit the twin caves.

Fourni beach

This is another beach that offers perfect privacy. It’s small and quiet and you’ll have your choice of sand or pebbles.

Gardenos beach (near Vitalades)

This is one of Corfu’s most beautiful beaches. Hugged by low hills, the traditional fishing village of Gardenos on the southwest coast boasts an idyllic sandy beach which has become a closely-guarded secret among the locals. Although the sea is shallow, currents can be strong so caution is warranted.

Glyfada beach (Glyfada)

Corfu’s most popular beach, it offers all the services associated with its Blue-Flag status.

Gouvia beach (Gouvia)

This organised sandy beach is a favourite for water-sports fans.

Gyra Lagoon, Lefkada Town

One of the most unique features of this beautiful island is the lagoon that’s located literally in the middle of town. Despite the noise from nearby traffic, birds adapted well and have made Gira Lagoon a favorite migratory stop, which makes for interesting birdwatching. You can either cycle along the perimeter of the lagoon or walk as you keep an eye out for pelicans, flamingos and ducks. Visit the windmill that stands nearby.

Halkes Beach (near Livadi village)

This isolated and rugged beach is perfect for adventurers. You’ll have to hike down a difficult path from Halkes Springs in order to reach this beautiful white-pebbled beach. But the cool sparkling waters that hide a very interesting seascape will make it more than worthwhile.

Kalami beach

If you want to feel like you’re the only person on the island, head to Kalami beach. Accessible from Virgin Mary of the Orphan monastery, it features stark white pebbles and light green waters.

Kalamitsi beach

Close to a canyon, this beach is known for its rugged landscape, huge boulders and wide stretches of sand.

Kalamitsi beach (Kalamitsi village)

This trio of quiet coves will stun you with beautiful sandy beaches, blue-green waters, and embroidery-like boulders that create an interesting landscape. Catch the sunset or dive off the rocks into a crystal-clear turquoise sea.

Kimilia Beach (near Emblisi and Fiskardo village)

You’ll feel like you stumbled off Kefalonia and onto a deserted island when you find this beach. Take a short walk from Emblisi to find it. Isolated but beautiful, quiet but enchanting, make it a point to dive into the crystal-clear blue waters as you enjoy the uniqueness of this beach.

Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli town

Birdwatchers will enjoy exploring Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli, as a number of birds seek shelter here. Ducks, geese, swans, warblers, flycatchers and herons are some of the species you’ll be able to spot. This is an important ecosystem for Caretta-Caretta sea turtles as well, and you can combine your birdwatching with a relaxing stroll through the eucalyptus forest on the banks of the lagoon. Although close to the island’s capital, you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of a quiet slice of countryside.

Langadakia Beach (near Xi beach)

You’ll be able to walk from Xi beach to Langadakia beach, and the contrast is enormous. Langadakia beach is isolated, quiet, pebbled with crystal clear blue waters that are deeper than they look, so if you’re an adrenalin junkie, dive underwater and explore the seascape.

Logas beach (Perouladon village)

This hidden gem awaits you – go for a swim at sunset.

Lykodimo beach

Combine cave exploration with swimming at this gorgeous beach. Make sure you go at sunset and you’ll be impressed.

Melidoni beach

Visit the beach where Helen of Troy and Paris first met and fell in love. Fine sand and beautiful blue water will invite you in for a refreshing dip.

Melissas Gorge (near Kavalos village)

For more birdwatching, hike through Melissas Gorge near Kavalos village by following the river. Look out for falcons and hawks amongst centuries’ old oaks and wild rosebushes. Combine birdwatching with sightseeing by exploring the watermills that line the river and which were once a vital part of the island’s commercial history.

Mikros Gialos beach (near Poros village)

If you’re looking for a quiet place to swim, this is it. This quaint sandy beach boasts stunning blue waters and is popular with the locals. The low green hills that surround this white-sand beach makes for a spectacular contrast with the exotic blues and greens of the sea.

Molos (near Lefkimmi)

Go for a swim surrounded by eucalyptus trees.

Myrtos Beach (near Anomeria village)

This spectacular beach is famous all over the world for its sparkling white pebbles and turquoise water against a dramatic backdrop of sheer white cliffs. You’ll have to drive down a steep winding road to get there, but the effort is well worth the reward.

Paleokastritsa

Paleokastritsa, composed of a series of coves, never fails to enchant locals and tourists. Agia Triada and Alipas beaches are favourites.

Paleopoli beach

A pebbled beach with deep-blue, crystal-clear waters offers a unique sight – rocks that look like Swiss cheese. If you continue swimming, you can access the next bay as well.

Pasa beach (near Nydri)

This tiny gem of a beach is usually quiet and always beautiful. If you enjoy a wilder landscape, you’ve found the beach you’re looking for as it boasts a pebbled shore dotted with boulders and surrounded by low-hanging trees.

Platia Ammos beach

This isolated beach combines a pebbled and sandy shore.

Platia Ammos Beach (in Paliki, near Kipouraion Monastery in Havdata village)

You’ll be stunned the views and beauty of this beach. Although it’s not easily accessible – you’ll have to walk and then descend 330 steps that have been chiseled into the side of the cliff – the bright white shore coupled with crystal-clear azure water will make the trek worthwhile.

Pondi beach (Vasiliki)

If you’re a surfer looking for an adrenalin high, this is the place to be. Wind-swept but still enchanting, you’ll think you stepped into another world where an exotic beach meets the allure of blue-green waves.

Porto Katsiki beach (south of Athani village)

Although it’s very popular in the summer, this white-sand beach with stunning blue-green water beneath white cliffs is worth visiting. It’s been voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. You’ll have to take steep stone steps cut into the cliff-side to get to this fairy-tale beach.

St. Nicholas beach

When you’re done exploring Moudari Lighthouse, take a dip in the sparkling waters of St. Nicholas beach.

Vasiliki beach (Vasiliki village)

This stunning but popular beach is great for kids and a must-see for surfers. Its pebbled shores are met with exotic Caribbean-hued shallow waters making this a favorite amongst locals, families and surfing aficionados.

Yaliskari beach (near Pelekas)

Take a dip against a backdrop of lush green pine trees.

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Gyra Lagoon, Lefkada Town

One of the most unique features of this beautiful island is the lagoon that’s located literally in the middle of town. Despite the noise from nearby traffic, birds adapted well and have made Gira Lagoon a favorite migratory stop, which makes for interesting birdwatching. You can either cycle along the perimeter of the lagoon or walk as you keep an eye out for pelicans, flamingos and ducks. Visit the windmill that stands nearby.

Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli town

Birdwatchers will enjoy exploring Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli, as a number of birds seek shelter here. Ducks, geese, swans, warblers, flycatchers and herons are some of the species you’ll be able to spot. This is an important ecosystem for Caretta-Caretta sea turtles as well, and you can combine your birdwatching with a relaxing stroll through the eucalyptus forest on the banks of the lagoon. Although close to the island’s capital, you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of a quiet slice of countryside.

Melissas Gorge (near Kavalos village)

For more birdwatching, hike through Melissas Gorge near Kavalos village by following the river. Look out for falcons and hawks amongst centuries’ old oaks and wild rosebushes. Combine birdwatching with sightseeing by exploring the watermills that line the river and which were once a vital part of the island’s commercial history.

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Dimosari Canyon (2 km from Nydri village)

If you’re looking for a magical hike, Dimosary Canyon is perfect for you. Gushing waterfalls pool into exotic lagoons shaded by moss-draped oaks. This is a perfect swimming spot if you’re canyoning in the summer, although the waterfalls and thick forest keep the temperatures comfortable. Take a break and drink some spring water – the locals swear it’s the best drinking water in the region. Once you’ve relaxed, continue your trek by climbing the stone steps carved into the mountain. Dimosari Canyon is one of Lefkada’s vital ecosystems, and played an important role throughout Antiquity by powering the island’s waterworks by harnessing the surge of riverwater from Mount Vafkeri. If you enjoy caving, there are a few small caves throughout the canyon for you to enjoy.

Melissas Gorge (near Kavalos village)

For more birdwatching, hike through Melissas Gorge near Kavalos village by following the river. Look out for falcons and hawks amongst centuries’ old oaks and wild rosebushes. Combine birdwatching with sightseeing by exploring the watermills that line the river and which were once a vital part of the island’s commercial history.

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Agia Barbara-Marta beach (Kavo)

This beach is a perennial favourite.

Agiofili beach (near Vasiliki village)

If you’re looking for an exotic but secluded sandy beach, this was made for you. You must follow a path from Vasiliki to reach this gem of a beach. From here, you can also enjoy a dip in Ammousa bay.

Agios Georgios Argiradon (near Argiradon village)

Visit this sandy beach as it’s popular with families.

Agios Gordios Sinaradon beach (Sinarades)

If you like sandy beaches with a lot of action and water sports, this beach is for you.

Agios Ioannis Peristeron beach (near Moriatiki)

Lush dark sand and blue-green waters invite you to enjoy a quiet swim.

Agios Nikolaos Beach (near Argostoli Town)

If you love sandy beaches and exotic seas, this beach is a must for you. It’s quiet and offers you beautiful views of pine and olive groves. If you like to explore while swimming, there are underwater rocks that make for interesting dives.

Agios Spyridon beach (near Antinioti Lagoon)

You can swim to a small island opposite this beach if you’re adventurous or go for a dip after birdwatching at the Lagoon.

Agni beach (Agni)

This quiet cove offers crystal-clear waters and the opportunity for a relaxing swim.

Ai-Ianni Beach (near Lefkada Town)

This white sand beach with crystal clear water makes for a refreshing dip in the deep sea. Although very close to town, this 4km beach looks stunningly exotic. With a breath-taking view, it’s also popular with kite-surfers. Explore the remains of old windmills in the area.

Antisamos Beach (near Dihalia village)

Locals and visitors alike are always stunned by the beauty of this beach. Clear blue waves lap up against a white pebble shore that’s framed by lush green forests and countryside. If you love water sports, this is the place to go.

Arillas beach (in Arillas)

You won’t forget this beautiful beach on the north-west coast. Families enjoy splashing in the crystal-clear waters and end up spending the day lounging on golden stretches of sand.

Atheras Beach (Athera village)

If your ideal swimming spot consists of a beautiful white-sand beach and aqua-marine water, Atheras is a must-see. It’s kept a secret by the locals, and as such you’ll feel like you’re the only person there. Visit St. Spyridon Church nearby.

Barbati beach (near Spartylas)

Barbati is a large Blue-Flag beach that’s popular with families.

Bouka (near Skala Potamou)

Locals love this sandy beach with shallow waters.

Diakofti beach

Shallow waters and a sandy beach make this ideal for everyone. Visit the Nordland shipwreck here.

Egremni beach (near Porto Katsiki beach)

Also popular but very idyllic with its sandy beaches, lush green landscape and deep blue waters. Although it requires a trek down a dizzying number of steep stone steps, you’ll be able to swim against a backdrop of sheer cliffs in an almost exotic golden-sand locale.

Elli beach (near Liapades village)

This beautiful beach is surrounded by olive groves and pine trees and leads to secluded coves.

Firi Ammos St. Pelagia beach

Bright-red pebbles make this stunning beach unique.

Foki Beach (near Fiskardo Town)

You’ll feel like you’re swimming right to the edge of a lush green forest when you take a dip in Foki. Beautiful aquamarine waves lap up to sparkling white pebbles that in turn are covered by the shade of many trees. You’ll have to perch on rocks when ashore as it’s a small beach, but the view is amazing. Take a walk down the beach and visit the twin caves.

Fourni beach

This is another beach that offers perfect privacy. It’s small and quiet and you’ll have your choice of sand or pebbles.

Gardenos beach (near Vitalades)

This is one of Corfu’s most beautiful beaches. Hugged by low hills, the traditional fishing village of Gardenos on the southwest coast boasts an idyllic sandy beach which has become a closely-guarded secret among the locals. Although the sea is shallow, currents can be strong so caution is warranted.

Glyfada beach (Glyfada)

Corfu’s most popular beach, it offers all the services associated with its Blue-Flag status.

Gouvia beach (Gouvia)

This organised sandy beach is a favourite for water-sports fans.

Halkes Beach (near Livadi village)

This isolated and rugged beach is perfect for adventurers. You’ll have to hike down a difficult path from Halkes Springs in order to reach this beautiful white-pebbled beach. But the cool sparkling waters that hide a very interesting seascape will make it more than worthwhile.

Kalami beach

If you want to feel like you’re the only person on the island, head to Kalami beach. Accessible from Virgin Mary of the Orphan monastery, it features stark white pebbles and light green waters.

Kalamitsi beach

Close to a canyon, this beach is known for its rugged landscape, huge boulders and wide stretches of sand.

Kalamitsi beach (Kalamitsi village)

This trio of quiet coves will stun you with beautiful sandy beaches, blue-green waters, and embroidery-like boulders that create an interesting landscape. Catch the sunset or dive off the rocks into a crystal-clear turquoise sea.

Kimilia Beach (near Emblisi and Fiskardo village)

You’ll feel like you stumbled off Kefalonia and onto a deserted island when you find this beach. Take a short walk from Emblisi to find it. Isolated but beautiful, quiet but enchanting, make it a point to dive into the crystal-clear blue waters as you enjoy the uniqueness of this beach.

Langadakia Beach (near Xi beach)

You’ll be able to walk from Xi beach to Langadakia beach, and the contrast is enormous. Langadakia beach is isolated, quiet, pebbled with crystal clear blue waters that are deeper than they look, so if you’re an adrenalin junkie, dive underwater and explore the seascape.

Logas beach (Perouladon village)

This hidden gem awaits you – go for a swim at sunset.

Lykodimo beach

Combine cave exploration with swimming at this gorgeous beach. Make sure you go at sunset and you’ll be impressed.

Melidoni beach

Visit the beach where Helen of Troy and Paris first met and fell in love. Fine sand and beautiful blue water will invite you in for a refreshing dip.

Mikros Gialos beach (near Poros village)

If you’re looking for a quiet place to swim, this is it. This quaint sandy beach boasts stunning blue waters and is popular with the locals. The low green hills that surround this white-sand beach makes for a spectacular contrast with the exotic blues and greens of the sea.

Molos (near Lefkimmi)

Go for a swim surrounded by eucalyptus trees.

Myrtos Beach (near Anomeria village)

This spectacular beach is famous all over the world for its sparkling white pebbles and turquoise water against a dramatic backdrop of sheer white cliffs. You’ll have to drive down a steep winding road to get there, but the effort is well worth the reward.

Paleokastritsa

Paleokastritsa, composed of a series of coves, never fails to enchant locals and tourists. Agia Triada and Alipas beaches are favourites.

Paleopoli beach

A pebbled beach with deep-blue, crystal-clear waters offers a unique sight – rocks that look like Swiss cheese. If you continue swimming, you can access the next bay as well.

Pasa beach (near Nydri)

This tiny gem of a beach is usually quiet and always beautiful. If you enjoy a wilder landscape, you’ve found the beach you’re looking for as it boasts a pebbled shore dotted with boulders and surrounded by low-hanging trees.

Platia Ammos beach

This isolated beach combines a pebbled and sandy shore.

Platia Ammos Beach (in Paliki, near Kipouraion Monastery in Havdata village)

You’ll be stunned the views and beauty of this beach. Although it’s not easily accessible – you’ll have to walk and then descend 330 steps that have been chiseled into the side of the cliff – the bright white shore coupled with crystal-clear azure water will make the trek worthwhile.

Pondi beach (Vasiliki)

If you’re a surfer looking for an adrenalin high, this is the place to be. Wind-swept but still enchanting, you’ll think you stepped into another world where an exotic beach meets the allure of blue-green waves.

Porto Katsiki beach (south of Athani village)

Although it’s very popular in the summer, this white-sand beach with stunning blue-green water beneath white cliffs is worth visiting. It’s been voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. You’ll have to take steep stone steps cut into the cliff-side to get to this fairy-tale beach.

St. Nicholas beach

When you’re done exploring Moudari Lighthouse, take a dip in the sparkling waters of St. Nicholas beach.

Vasiliki beach (Vasiliki village)

This stunning but popular beach is great for kids and a must-see for surfers. Its pebbled shores are met with exotic Caribbean-hued shallow waters making this a favorite amongst locals, families and surfing aficionados.

Yaliskari beach (near Pelekas)

Take a dip against a backdrop of lush green pine trees.

Ai-Ianni Beach (near Lefkada Town)

This white sand beach with crystal clear water makes for a refreshing dip in the deep sea. Although very close to town, this 4km beach looks stunningly exotic. With a breath-taking view, it’s also popular with kite-surfers. Explore the remains of old windmills in the area.

Atheras Beach (Athera village)

If your ideal swimming spot consists of a beautiful white-sand beach and aqua-marine water, Atheras is a must-see. It’s kept a secret by the locals, and as such you’ll feel like you’re the only person there. Visit St. Spyridon Church nearby.

Barbati beach (near Spartylas)

Barbati is a large Blue-Flag beach that’s popular with families.

Dimosari Canyon (2 km from Nydri village)

If you’re looking for a magical hike, Dimosary Canyon is perfect for you. Gushing waterfalls pool into exotic lagoons shaded by moss-draped oaks. This is a perfect swimming spot if you’re canyoning in the summer, although the waterfalls and thick forest keep the temperatures comfortable. Take a break and drink some spring water – the locals swear it’s the best drinking water in the region. Once you’ve relaxed, continue your trek by climbing the stone steps carved into the mountain. Dimosari Canyon is one of Lefkada’s vital ecosystems, and played an important role throughout Antiquity by powering the island’s waterworks by harnessing the surge of riverwater from Mount Vafkeri. If you enjoy caving, there are a few small caves throughout the canyon for you to enjoy.

Gardenos beach (near Vitalades)

This is one of Corfu’s most beautiful beaches. Hugged by low hills, the traditional fishing village of Gardenos on the southwest coast boasts an idyllic sandy beach which has become a closely-guarded secret among the locals. Although the sea is shallow, currents can be strong so caution is warranted.

Glyfada beach (Glyfada)

Corfu’s most popular beach, it offers all the services associated with its Blue-Flag status.

Gyra Lagoon, Lefkada Town

One of the most unique features of this beautiful island is the lagoon that’s located literally in the middle of town. Despite the noise from nearby traffic, birds adapted well and have made Gira Lagoon a favorite migratory stop, which makes for interesting birdwatching. You can either cycle along the perimeter of the lagoon or walk as you keep an eye out for pelicans, flamingos and ducks. Visit the windmill that stands nearby.

Kalami beach

If you want to feel like you’re the only person on the island, head to Kalami beach. Accessible from Virgin Mary of the Orphan monastery, it features stark white pebbles and light green waters.

Kimilia Beach (near Emblisi and Fiskardo village)

You’ll feel like you stumbled off Kefalonia and onto a deserted island when you find this beach. Take a short walk from Emblisi to find it. Isolated but beautiful, quiet but enchanting, make it a point to dive into the crystal-clear blue waters as you enjoy the uniqueness of this beach.

Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli town

Birdwatchers will enjoy exploring Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli, as a number of birds seek shelter here. Ducks, geese, swans, warblers, flycatchers and herons are some of the species you’ll be able to spot. This is an important ecosystem for Caretta-Caretta sea turtles as well, and you can combine your birdwatching with a relaxing stroll through the eucalyptus forest on the banks of the lagoon. Although close to the island’s capital, you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of a quiet slice of countryside.

Logas beach (Perouladon village)

This hidden gem awaits you – go for a swim at sunset.

Melidoni beach

Visit the beach where Helen of Troy and Paris first met and fell in love. Fine sand and beautiful blue water will invite you in for a refreshing dip.

Mikros Gialos beach (near Poros village)

If you’re looking for a quiet place to swim, this is it. This quaint sandy beach boasts stunning blue waters and is popular with the locals. The low green hills that surround this white-sand beach makes for a spectacular contrast with the exotic blues and greens of the sea.

Myrtos Beach (near Anomeria village)

This spectacular beach is famous all over the world for its sparkling white pebbles and turquoise water against a dramatic backdrop of sheer white cliffs. You’ll have to drive down a steep winding road to get there, but the effort is well worth the reward.

Paleopoli beach

A pebbled beach with deep-blue, crystal-clear waters offers a unique sight – rocks that look like Swiss cheese. If you continue swimming, you can access the next bay as well.

Porto Katsiki beach (south of Athani village)

Although it’s very popular in the summer, this white-sand beach with stunning blue-green water beneath white cliffs is worth visiting. It’s been voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. You’ll have to take steep stone steps cut into the cliff-side to get to this fairy-tale beach.

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