Sarakiniko Beach

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Wind and water have shaped a rock surface which was likely already interesting and made it truly picturesque. This site is popular for both locals and visitors, so don't be surprised if it is a little busy.

The unique shape of the beach, a sort of extended inlet, really takes the power out of any wave action arriving by sea. Even windier days result in calm, cool waters by the time you dip your toes.

Getting there

By land

A small bus route exists, otherwise reliance on local taxi or charter service is advisable. An international driver's license is required.

By sea

While the beach itself is obviously connected directly to the sea, winds and open water can make it difficult if not impossible to access the beach areas at times.

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