Perhaps one among the foremost breathless beaches anywhere on the earth, Lefkada’s Porto Katsiki is not like the other place on Earth. With a near-constant breeze and gentle weather, it’s the steep rocks, jutting cliffs and mild white sand that create this place stand out. There are canteens and parking tons. Camping is often prohibited and there’s no lodging. You’ll ought to book a room in one among the simplest hotels on Lefkada or an apartment in one of the nearest villages such as Athani village.
In the 1960’s coastguard members mistakenly ran a cargo ship to shore in Zakynthos, believing it to be a drug runner. Today, the giant skeleton of a ship is still on the beach, near the cliffs that overlook the bay. A popular spot for swimmers, this is one of Greece’s most unusual beach spots worth visiting. However, the beach can be accessed only by boat.
If swimming, snorkeling and generally splashing about in gorgeous green blue water is your idea of heaven, then Vrika beach is the way to go. Catch a boat on Corfu to this sandy getaway, and you might not ever want to leave. Vrika beach can be accessible only by boat. You can access it with a water taxi or day-cruise from Paxos island or Parga in the mainland. Vrika beach is a wonderful place to go snorkeling.
If you’re traveling with a group, Ayia Eleni has something for everyone. Mountains, a view of the mainland, beach bars, restaurants, kayaking, pedal boats, and crystal clear water for swimming make this beach one of the best Greek beaches really worth visiting.
Follow the winding road south from Zefyria for about 5 miles and you’ll discoverPaleochori. Underground volcanic activity keeps the water warm year-round, and stunning cliffs in a myriad of colors look down on the sandy shore. The beach is calm and relaxing and it’s not crowded at all! When swimming, be very careful, because it’s quite deep and the waves can be rough.