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There is no beach left there. Only a poor road that you can't do it with the car, and a beach full of rocks vegetation and mud. The view is nice, but even if you want to go there to have a "virgin" beach for...More
Two years ago Livadi Beach was well organized and it looks attractive. We did not stay on that beach when we visited for the first time because it was a windy day and the beach was fully exposed and there were also big waves.
I personally liked more this beach even if it is not marked, it was freer, more intimate and bonus, was also a source of good drinking cold water and acolo.Plus natural shade in the forest, super! At this low reached on foot from that big,...More
Although we chose this beach because it was not organized, we didn't particularly enjoyed swimming because there were waves. So, we dicided not to stay for long. Then, we went to a scenic beach (Arsanas), right next door, which was calm but crowded.
There is no sign taking you to Livadi as there is no beach bar there anymore. From the main road you would have to make left and follow the sign for Arsanas beach and keep right to reach this beautiful, quiet beach. There are rocks...More
The beach offers a beautiful view and a clear water and it is not very crowded. You can find a small beach bar and umbrellas & sunbeds to rent. The sea entrance is with stones, but you should definitely pay this beach a visit.
It is not the beach for kids, but only for good swimmers who don't mind getting in the water on sand bags because of the huge rocks on first four or five metars. But water is nice and clean and almost green from the surrounding...More
This beach is probably not the best Thassos has to offer. The road that takes you there is quite bad. One thing I liked is a horse along with a pony right before the beach that were really beautiful and friendly. The sand was filled...More