Xiropigado is the first beach on the rural road Kiveri-Leonidion, 18km from Nafplion. It's a sandy beach, below the amphitheatrical village with its fish taverns and the necessary infrastructures.
- Arcadia Prefecture / Nature / Beaches
In the summer, this town is full of life due to its two beaches. Moreover, the beaches, before and after Astros, cover a wide range of requirements. Some beaches, like the sandy Atsigganos and the pebbly Portes are, at the same time, peaceful and organized with beach bars and parties every weekend.
Agios Andreas' beach, right after Astros, is a pleasant surprise for the visitor. While observing the medieval tower under the shade of the lentisks, it is quite obvious that boarding a ship isn't necessary to go on vacation. The beach is ideal for the fans of water sports like windsurfing.
In Tyros, Kryoneri beach is a gulf with pebbles, clear water and trees that get as far as the edge of the beach. On its one side, you will observe a ship loading water from its springs to deliver it in Spetses.
Zaritsi beach with the characteristic chapel of Saint Christopher is located after Kryoneri beach. On the beach, there is an organized camping, where you can enjoy the sea and the lovely nature.
Tserfos beach is next to Zaritsi. It's a beautiful colorful beach with small pebbles and clear diaphanous waters for scuba-diving. Next to the beach, under the shade of olive and locust trees, the camping and the fish taverns compose a magnificent scenery.
Tigani is a small cove with navy-blue waters between Tserfos and Tyros beach. It’s a white-pebbled beach with tall pine trees. The Lovers' Cave is within short distance and accessible only by boat.
Tyros-Sapounakeika is the old capital of the municipality and, therefore, the most lively spot in the area. Along the beach, there are many hotels, rooms to let, taverns and cafes. Yawls with fresh fish arrive early in the morning.
Ligeria is located after Tyros-Sapounakeika, right behind the rock with the windmills. Its clear water is ideal for scuba-diving below the wild rocky scenery.
After Tyros and a left turn, the road ends into Kissakas beach. It's a small emerald beach with rocks in the sea and tall cypresses along the coast.
A small fishing village with its beach, a gorgeous natural environment which continues up north until it blends into the slope.
Plaka is the largest beach in the area, which can fulfill all of your needs with its beach bars, cafes and fish taverns along the coastline.