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A blue flag award winner pebble beach that stretches along the coast of the city of Loutraki. It is a fully organized beach, also offering a variety of water sports. There is a big selection of shops, cafes and restaurants along the coastal pedestrian street.
Tip: Enjoy the beautiful sunset along with a swim in the crystal clear waters.
A long beach, with both pebbles and sand, stretching along the coast of the homonymous settlement. You can enjoy the umbrellas and sun beds, your drinks at the beach bar, and a lunch at the local tavernas. If you stray a bit, you will find peaceful spots. The beach offers a view of the islands of Alkionides.
A famous beach, located 16 km from Loutraki. Preferred by young adults, due to its warm waters, trendy beach bars, beach volleyball contests, water sports and diving competitions. A public parking area is available for the convenience of visitors.
In the city of Xylokastro you will find two organized pebble beaches. The most famous one is the exceptionally beautiful beach Pefkias, which takes its name from the pine woods that stretch along sea side.
A beach with both pebbles and sand, with cold waters. A combination beach for those who want umbrellas, sunbeds and beach bars, and those who want to enjoy a peaceful swim. The fountains located nearby are believed to be the bathing place of Helen of Troy. Along the beach you will find many restaurants, cafes and tourist shops.
Located in the settlement of Schinos, north of Perahora, this pebble beach offers shady spots under trees, cafés and restaurants, making it ideal for families. The beach is also known for its beautiful sunset.
5 km outside Perachora lies a beach worth visiting, although the access to it is difficult. In order to approach the beach you either have to walk about 30-45 minutes, or drive with a 4X4 on a rugged dirt road. Navigating instructions: On the road just before Perahora, you will encounter two water tanks. Turn at this point and head straight. At...
A coastal settlement in the northeast part of the prefecture located on the Saronic Gulf side of the Corinth Canal. The ancient of Kechries was a hub of commercial activity in the eastern Mediterranean during antiquity. This is the port where the Apostle Paul landed on his trip to Korinthos. Today visitors can enjoy the crystal clear waters and...
A beach divided into bays; you will find quiet pebble spots with, clean waters and also organized, with beach going amenities, sandy spots with shallow waters, suitable for families. There is a public parking, sports facilities (soccer, volley ball and basketball), a playground, a marina with dockage available and a variety of lively beach bars...
After Schino following cautiously the low-maintenance road through the pine forest, you will reach the beach Alkyoni overlooked by the village Strava. It is a quiet beach with a few umbrellas and sunbeds, and a fish taverna. On a calm day you will enjoy a wonderful swim; exercise caution if there are winds. There are also smaller beaches on the...
A sandy beach, with few visitors due to the relatively difficult access. It is located to the left of the lighthouse of Heraion, from where one can follow a path descending to the beach. In the rightward part of the beach there is an ancient breakwater.
This shallow pebble beach is located west of Korinthos, on the coast of the homonymous settlement. It is a crowded beach with lots of coffee shops. Still, you have the chance to discover places where you can swim in peace. It also features public parking and a marina.