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Agia Paraskevi Beach

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Agia Paraskevi Beach

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South East Balkans 11-Day Tour through Egnatia Route
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South East Balkans 11-Day Tour through Egnatia Route

Europe Explorer Grand Tour “Egnatia Route” is the best possibility for travelers looking for a special experience of South East Balkans’ culture, nature, history, traditions, multi-ethnicity, multi-religion, etc. It is a tailor made program trying to optimize all “must see'' places for Albania, North Macedonia, Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria and Kosova. We have intentionally named ‘Egnatia Route’ as it has been the main and only way to connect the west part of Europe (Rome) to Durres - Illyrian (Balkan) Peninsula with the East (Kostandinopoja) part of it to continue to Silk Road via Asia Minor. This route became famous in Roman Empire time and was called ‘Via Egnatia’. Where part of ancient bridges and roads can be still visited among the breathtaking nature and rich heritage form past millennials.<br>Important Places to be Visited: Tirana, Elbasan, Struge, Ohrid, Bitola, Thessaloniki, Kavala, Alexandroupoli, Tekirdağ, Istanbul, Edirne, Plovdiv, Sofia, Skopje, Prizren, Kukes, and Rubik.
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Alex D wrote a review Jul 2020
Iasi, Romania23 contributions12 helpful votes
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We have stayed in Alexandrioupoli together with our childrens, but we have travelled daily 12 km to Agia Paraskevi beach, because it was way better than the beaches near the city. The beach has sunbeds and umbrellas, decent beach bars and a quite good seafood restaurant right on the beach. There are small rocks for 1-2 meters, and sand after that. Childrens who don’t know how to swim must be watched at any moment by an adult. 3 meters from the land the water reaches about 1 m high. We think it’s the best beach around Alexandroupolis.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sonya D wrote a review Jul 2020
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The beach is very well maintained with very clear water. Good for kids. It can get crowded sometimes but this year was quite peaceful due to the situation.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Dee S wrote a review Nov 2019
Dublin, Ireland12 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a perfect place to chill out take a swim & enjoy a hastle free day at the sea in Alexandroupoli. The sun bed is only 3 euro all you need to do is buy a coffee or soft drink and you can stay the day. The sunset here is absolutely fabulous.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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BukmopBGR wrote a review Sep 2019
Burgas, Bulgaria40 contributions3 helpful votes
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That’s the best beach around. There are free sun chairs, umbrellas and tiny tables. Clean beach and clear water.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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calinmocuta wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom69 contributions7 helpful votes
A nice beach, sand with some small stones, quite clean, accessible both by car (there are some parking lots) and by bus. The bars or restaurants near the beach have areas with loungers, but you also find free places where you can sit on the sand. I stayed in three areas with sunbeds, the first three right next to the church. I recommend you avoid the first one, the one belonging to the beach bar Agia Paraskevi Taverna. I was treated terribly, poor quality services and very rude staff. Unlike other areas, you will have to pay for the umbrella, and consumption will be mandatory as well. At the other two beach bars where I was, the staff was extremely polite and friendly, and the lounge chairs were free if you ordered a drink from them. By the way, both served very good coffee! :)
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Date of experience: September 2019
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