The beach in the bay at Georgioupolis is about 7 kilometers long from end to end and it is studded with bars and restaurants. Paradise sits virtually in the middle but it is easy to get to along the access road at the side of the highway, and there is plenty of parking on site. The beach here is really wide providing lots of room for games and sand castles. It shelves gently into the sea and is patrolled by the lifeguards so is quite safe for young ones or nervous bathers. The bar itself is great, the owner Nico and his team in the bar restaurant are attentive and good fun, Nico's dad runs the kitchen and all the items we tried from the sensibly small and reasonably priced menu, were delicious and freshly made. They have a good supply of the usual simple loungers you find everywhere in Greece, but they are free to use if you are spending at least €2.5 per person per day instead of €3 to €5 per bed per day close to the town. Umbrellass are provided for every two loungers, there are coffee tables, open showers, a changing hut, clean toilets, a small library of books left by earlier visitors and some toys and board games. We were a big family group who were in Georgi for two weeks and we went there for 10 days of our stay. It was just about perfect and we really miss it now we are home. It really is worth a visit early in your holiday - you probably won't go anywhere else. .
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