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Great swimming.

We love this beach as the access is good, the water usually clear and there is excellent fish life... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Norwich, United Kingdom
Gem of a location

Absolutely love the place. Plenty choice of restaurants and bars. Amazing views, you don’t have to... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Luke H
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We love this beach as the access is good, the water usually clear and there is excellent fish life under the surface. We suggest taking bread if you like snorkelling. The beach has increased in popularity over the years but it is still a little...More

Thank HilaryW971
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Absolutely love the place. Plenty choice of restaurants and bars. Amazing views, you don’t have to walk far for an amazing view to hit you.

Thank Luke H
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This beach provided us with quiet, relaxation and peace. The water is crystal clear and the tavernas with their cheerful workers are an added bonus

Thank Claire D
Reviewed 1 week ago

I imagine this was originally a little gem of a place. Still has a hint of character but sadly for me is too busy to relax. The sun loungers are far too close together and expensive compared to other Greek islands especially if planning daily...More

Thank applejack22222
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to see the Durrell's old house but found an area that has capitalised on it (can't blame them) and it was plagued by bloody tourists (of which we were just four). Hired some kayaks and had a great morning. Worth a visit, but...More

Thank simon s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely bay but very stoney beach. You do need beach shoes. I bought somre days before we left and I am so glad I did. You can buy them in the shop but they were 17 euros where as I paid £5 back in the...More

1  Thank Michele P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

From the free spots to the paid sunbeds the place is worth it. Parking a bit difficult if you go late morning. 2-3 interesting places to eat with the White House restaurant the very best

Thank DiK2DiK
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We have just returned from11 nights here and can't wait to return. The shops and tavernas are all fantastic. As some people have said beach shoes are a great help when walking on the pebble beach. After spending time on the beach I now prefer...More

Thank Passport585591
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Kalami is a popular bay which many return to year after year. There is a modest selection of seaside tavernas and two small supermarkets for basic supplies. Be aware that with the £ so weak (Aug 2018), everything is quite high priced in the supermarkets....More

Thank thecolonelontour
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely clean beach with warm water, beach shoes a must for the pebbly surface. We used the blue boat bay section and paid 9 euros a day for two beds and an umbrella. You can waterski, paddle board, kayak or just watch the world go...More

Thank nadine70911
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Sophie C
12 June 2018|
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Response from Sarawh10 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry only just seen this question. This is a pebble beach so no building sandcastles but if your driving there is a town just 4km away with a small beach.
29 May 2018|
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Response from Katie J | Reviewed this property |
Hi I believe the kayaks and paddle boards are €12 an hour. There aren’t any jet skis yet but a water sports place was just setting up last week when I left
Eleanor B
7 January 2017|
Response from paulamaddix | Reviewed this property |
We are staying in a Villa so I can not tell you this sorry I do know that they do a tour though