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  • Triopetra aka "Three Stones"Triopetra aka "Three Stones"© Venios Papadakis

Triopetra

Additional Info

  • Villages / Cities nearby: Akoumia
  • Water: rather deep
  • Camping: rather not (there is not enough shadow)
  • Nudism: yes, probably
  • Organized: partly
  • What to bring: your camera and a map to explore around the area
Published in  Beaches

Picture for a postcard: three rocks emerging through the sea. Triopetra is actually two beaches, the small and the large Triopetra. The small one is located at the eastern side of the rocks and the larger at the western side. You can find taverns in both beaches; however, the small one is better protected from the western wind. The larger one is equipped with a long beach, unforgettable sunsets and a cave for shadow. Don’t stay here; visit the beaches nearby (Sandhills, Ligkres, Ag. Foteini)