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All reviews quick swim beach bar beautiful beach sea glass gorgeous water changing cabins wait staff close to town chairs and umbrellas cool down beach shoes wear shoes early in the morning great walk clean water palamidi fortress pebbles
This is a beach that is located close to the town center. It is beneath the Arvanitia castle (the oldest in town), so you have the benefit of swimming beneath it and the Palamidi Castle. It is also the beginning (or end depending on when...More
A perfect place for a quick swim close to Nafplio city center (15 mins walking distance). Even in October the sea was warm and this beach with the terrific scenery is the ideal combination for sea lovers for a weekend close to Athens.
This is not sandy beach - this is relaxing with the locals. The beach is rocky but the locals don't mind, so why should we? There are free loungers and chairs - take your river shoes and wade in! This is the Mediterranean! You see...More
In Australia we have beaches with sand, not pebbles.
This beach has pebbles, so what. The water is crystal clear and warm. What's not to like!
An added attraction are the little fish that nibble your skin. No need to go to Bangkok and pay...More
Arvanita beach is a small pebbly beach, that on first glace may oit seem that appealing, but actually was very appealing for the following reasons: free sunbeds, nice inviting water, a friendly vibe, close to town and a nice beach bar. We went a lot...More
The arvanitia beach the organized one is very very small with just a few like 20 sunbeds to use so most people use the ground.
A very large area to choose from is mainly rocks and further down to the SouthWest away from the organized...More
My family and I spent an hour at this wonderful spot but we didn't go to the part with loungers and a bar as it was very crowded. Instead, after walking from the waterfront via the beautiful walkway around the headland, we climbed down to...More