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Have been coming here for a number of years. Have tried all the beaches in this area and this is certainly the best. Easy access, clean, plenty of space, quiet (except July/August), good swimming in warm water. No facilities but a couple of pop up...More
We have visited all of this beach over the last two years. Whilst it is nice and sandy it is also packed with people and very busy in August and we preferred the beach at the Gialova end which was just as good and more...More
Natural lagoon, unspoiled by human. You have 2 lagoons, both perfectly sandy with clean water. It is better to have umbrella, water etc since there is no shower / umbrella at the beach. If going to the further lagoon, through Paleokastro, on the way back...More
The beach is sandy, quiet, clean and long, with shallow waters suitable for children, who can pick sea shells and track small fish and crabs. There is some shade from the small trees and there is also a beach bar for supplies. They also rent...More
At the end of Navarino bay just opposite Sfaktiria island lies Golden Beach. There is only one area with Umbrellas and deck chairs and the reason why is that the whole area is presrved by Natura 2000 regulations. Still the swallow waters and really golden...More
Spent a lovely afternoon relaxing on this beautiful clean stretch of beach. Lovely views of Pylos and Navarino Bay. Water is shallow, you can walk most of the way to Sfaktiria at the narrowest point (you have to swim a short distance) but watch out...More
How do you describe paradise - you can walk this beach,swim in its turquoise waters,drink in the panoramic views of Voithokilia to your right; In the distance take in the views of Pylos and it's village views and straight ahead look out into the bay...More
We saw this beach when visiting old Navarino Castle and vowed to return. The different shades of the shallow turquoise sea and soft white sand looked very inviting.
We returned a week later. It was overcast but warm. The wind picked up whilst we were...More