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The beach is beautiful (with white pebbles, so do bring beach shoes, as seen in the pictures), and very secluded. There are a few people visiting it (keep in mind this was in September) a pair of sunbeds and an umbrella cost 4 euro. The...More
We were so lucky to find it!
Ammoussa is a true diamond.
I recommend it if you want to chill and have a relaxing day at the beach with all the comfort you need. The water is like crystal and very calm with no waves....More
You have to drive ca 4km from the main road to see that beach is too small, nothing special. You can walk for 5-10 minutes on the road above the beach to take some pictures, since the view is nice, but not worth driving.
We visited this beech today, unfortunately so did lots of others ! we arrived at 11 am and all the sun beds had gone. The water is crystal clear and my partner enjoyed snorkelling seeing many various different fish. As always with a stones beech...More
We were driving around Lefkada and found this small, calm beach. It was as most of Lefkada's beaches full of the small stones and very deep very soon. It was okay for one afternoon's sunbathing. We did not get chairs until 4 o'clock but it...More
Nice pebble beach. The water is crystal clear. It is recommended to snorkel around the beach, on the surrounding rocks. The water was extremely cold on the day we visited. Do not miss to have a lunch on the restaurant by the sea. Periyiali. Very...More
Amoussa is a great beach, considering we were there at the end of May, beginning of June, it was quite empty, which was perfect for us :) There is a bar, and a restaurant, with place for camper or tent at the back yard, there...More
Small pebble beach with limited parking, sun-beds and beach umbrellas. Pleasant taverna set back from the beach, usual drinks, coffees, ices etc. Access road poorly maintained, a few hairpins but nothing too scary except that the road appears at times to be heading nowhere. The...More