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Must-See Greek Beaches

Must-See Greek Beaches

Greece is one of the foremost naturally lovely countries on Earth. It’s additionally home to a number of the foremost gorgeous and exciting beaches within the world. With most beauty to choose from, you’ll have a tough time narrowing down wherever to travel first. Here are top must-visit Greek beach destinations.


Myrtos BeachLocated in Kefalonia, Myrtos beach is one of the foremost exotic and spectacular beaches within the world. The shoreline seems to go forever, with turquoise waters overlapping against striking white cliffs. Myrtos beach is found between the feet of 2 impressive mountains, Kalon Oros and Agia Dynati. It’s gained worldwide reputation as one of the best Greek beaches and has often been included in the lists of the best beaches in the world.


Mpalos offers a peaceful atmosphere, spectacular view, pinky white sands and turquiose and light green waters. The water is extraordinarily heat here therefore you’ll be able to get pleasure from swimming as long as you wish. Mpalos is additionally an incredible place for snorkeling. I’ve visited Mpalos many times and that i will sure enough say that this Greek beach isn’t to be missed.


SarakinikoLocated in Milos, Sarakiniko beach looks like a movie set, or an otherworldly landscape. Magnificent stone arches frame brilliant white sand, crystal blue waters, and a series of underwater caves. The whole landscape formed by the marvelous volcanic rocks is bright white, which makes a wonderful contrast with the turquoise and deep blue waters. Moreover, it doesn’t have any signs of vegetation. Thanks to its fantastic scenery, you will feel like you stand on the moon’s surface.


Off the coast of Lakonia, you’ll find the tiny, remote island of Elafonsios. And here, on this exotic escape, you’ll find another, even more hidden treasure. Past the postcard-perfect port and gentle sand dunes is the Simos beach. Powder white sand and water so transparent that it looks like glass make this one destination you won’t soon forget. Simos offers a wonderful swimming experience and it’s a perfect place to relax and soak up the sun. When the weather is windy, you can go windsurfing.Simos beach


In Antipaxoi, you’ll find Voutoumi beach, a small patch of soft sand and turquoise waters surrounded by lush green hills that stretch out to the sea. Since Antipaxos is a small island with about 60 permanent residents, there are no hotels and places to stay, but don’t let it stop you from visiting Voutoumi beach. It’s an earthly paradise! Spend the whole day lying on the beach and exploring the stunning underwater life, and have lunch at one of the small restaurants or taverns serving fresh caught seafood. But keep in mind that this beach is not nudist-friendly. July is the best time to visit the Voutoumi Beach so you have enough time to save some money for your trip to Voutoumi beach.

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