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Nice view of this small beach from the road, then a rather tough walk down there with my somewhat dodgy old knees. Disappointed by the rubbish lying around, but arrived at the small wooden taverna, kind of shack like, with a rustic charm. Maybe more...More
A beautiful, secluded bay but beach is filthy. Such a shame. Wouldn't take long to clean up all the detritus and don't mind some seaweed at all but a plastic stihl saw cover!! Taverna was ok but a little expensive.
Small beach, they have chairs and umbrellas but of the more simple kind. The tavern looked nice but we didn't eat there so can't say anything but the food. The setting was beautiful in a "protected area" by Skiathos cultural society. The water was absolutely...More
I was staggered when I saw all these positive reviews written less than a year ago and had to check I had the correct place - which I do.
We visited this beach as, having seen it from the road, it looked appealing.
We hiked there, but Krifi Ammos beach is also accessible by car/motorcycle. The beach is located inside a small gulf, near Cape Agia Eleni. There is a steep path leading down to it. The water is turquoise, and the beach is surrounded by vegetation. It...More
Walking through the pine forest is a great way to get to this beach but you can drive then walk down to it. the descent is steep and not suitable for all. Once there you could easily forget you are in Greece it could be...More
I love this beach and have visited quite a few times now, it is rustic and quiet, no music, a few sunbeds available with umbrella to give shade. You need to navigate down the hill to reach the beach, either via slope with ropes to...More