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All reviews nudist beach beautiful beach worth the effort daily routine the water is crystal clear small bar hot walk clean water accessible beach red fish hike mojito umbrellas path waves hiking rocks
I didn't know this was a nudist beach... there is no way you can take your car near this place, and you will have to climb rocks & walk for 30 mins under hot sun to get there! NOT worth the effort, imo - unless...More
I should have read the reviews closely before going there.
Didn't enjoy it at all! It's a difficult walk and when the day is as sunny as today, its heart attack waiting to happen.
Only goats can walk there happily, and they are not carring...More
After a climb and descent of about 35 minutes you reach this beach.
Red sand, no stones.
Ideal for snorkling.
One little bar serving only drinks.
Parasols are available for 2€. Even a nudist part, for those who are interested in this.
The beach is nice with crystal clear waters and the sand has a brown - red color which i liked very much. However if you want to get there carry as much water as you can. I was warned by locals to have water with...More
I ve been there twice this summer and I had the best time in Crete. Not many people and you can always find a place for yourshelf. The colours of the nature and the sky is just magical. The path from Matala is not difficult,...More
Very picturesque beach. You need to spend some effort to get there. There are two routes, shorter but more difficult and easier one but a little bit longer. Average person should have no problems to walk through.
Beach itself is beautiful. Offers beautiful sand and...More
If you are into naked old men hopping around in the hot sand trying to get from their umbrella to the water, you came to the right place. If in addition you are a fan of annoying lounge music, crowds of wanna be cool tourists...More