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It is a small part of more than 8 kilometres shoreline.

It is just a small part of more than 8 kilometres shoreline. The place has a camping area and a few... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2016
George K
,
Athens, Greece
via mobile
Nice small beach with local port

We had the beach to ourselves in late may. There's a small marina for small boats (no cruise ships... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2016
tradIndy
,
indy
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27 Jul 2016
“It is a small part of more than 8 kilometres shoreline. ”
13 Jun 2016
“Nice small beach with local port”
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Amaliada, Greece
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Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

It is just a small part of more than 8 kilometres shoreline. The place has a camping area and a few accommodations for rent at the beach you can find a restaurant which serves also coffee. For sure this place can promise you peaceful vacation....More

Thank George K
Reviewed 13 June 2016

We had the beach to ourselves in late may. There's a small marina for small boats (no cruise ships here). An excellent restaurant next to the port called Porto Marine Fish Grill Restaurant Beach Bar (ΣΚΟΥΡΘΟΥΝΤΑΣ) gave us the best meal of a 2 week...More

Thank tradIndy
Reviewed 24 September 2015

This place is perfect for families. The water is shallow and calm. There is a restaraunt that has put up sun beds and umbrellas. There is also a camping area if you like that. I love Palouki, we come every summer.

Thank xriston
Reviewed 26 July 2014

Went with a friend to spend the day there. Gorgeous beach, with warm water. Like many beaches in this area of Greece, you don't have to pay for loungers and umbrellas if you buy something like a coffee from the kantina. Food and drinks are...More

1  Thank ChrisWOwens
Reviewed 2 May 2012

It is a wonderful and picturesque port with boats , traditional restaurants called Tavernas which are serving extraordinary fish and mediterranean tasteful food and a lovely sandy beach with a blue water crystal sea.

4  Thank kiko32
Reviewed 29 February 2012

Warm and shalow the sea. Very organised, with beach bars at a good price

1  Thank tsap
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