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“Stoney beach”
Review of Nikolas Beach

Ranked #2 of 8 things to do in Kallithea
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Reviewed 7 July 2013

Beaches stoney and rocks in the sea, so be-careful. Seculed beach at the end by the Elysium Hotel which is ndar Kallithea Springs.

Thank SurreyJack
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Reviewed 18 June 2013

All the beaches in and around Kalithea are stoney. We had to travel nearly 2 hours to Prassonissi for a sandy beach.

3  Thank Jayne W
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Reviewed 12 June 2013 via mobile

We had a rented car and traveled around to beaches . We especially loved this one . Everything you could want , Paradise. A must for beach lovers .

3  Thank shirlz
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Reviewed 28 May 2013

Loved the welcome, the food and the giant rock pools. Nice and peaceful and made a great change from All Inclusive.

1  Thank RansleyBarn
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Reviewed 25 April 2013

This small cove just around the corner from the Kalithea Springs is a haven for rock pools and snorkelling. There are 3 beaches all small in this area and each one has a small beach side taverna serving hot and cold food with a good variety of choices. The beach itself is curved in a nice arch with several sunbeds and parasols to hire. The sunbeds are a little uncomfortable if laying on them without a towel as they crinkle your skin. Dotted among the rocks you will find some more sunbeds and parasols which are a little more secluded. The large rock pool is a haven for small crustaceans and fish great for the kids with their nets and buckets. A larger lagoon area is just seperated by a small rocky walkway and has steps down into the water. This is a beautiful area to swim in warm water. Additionally if you want deeper water with a bigger variety of fish to look at then swim past the rocky breakwaters and you are in deep water. The Taverna on the beach itself is run by a lovely family with the cook Tsambika serving up wonderful food both for the tourist and Greek specialities. Try the Simi shrimps they are delicious. We have been here several times now and the food is excellent the service very good and the peace of nestling amongst the rocks catching the rays is a very relaxing way of spending your day. If you want peace and quiet, good food and a lovely day sunbathing give this beach and taverna a try.

4  Thank SwissTonyPortsmouth
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