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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
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
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
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
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
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
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