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Eligia (Ai Giannis)

Additional Info

  • Villages / Cities nearby: Ai Giannis
  • Water: rather deep
  • Camping: yes
  • Nudism: you can judge by the other visitors
  • Organized: no! (luckily)
  • What to bring: ropes to stabilize the tent, earplugs to minimize the sound of wind and shoes for walking

Extra tips

It's a long way to come here... unless you stay at least for one night, it's not worth it!

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The beach of Eligia is located right on the left from Ai Giannis village, at the exit of the gorge. It still remains a virgin beach, no umbrellas and sunbeds here, just coarse sand and fine pebbles. The wind is quite fierce though often enough, but you – and your tent – could try and spend a night to enjoy the wild but at the same time hospitable scenery. Take a walk at the gorge, follow the path to Agios Antonios cave or even, to Koudouma Monastery, if you think you can take it.