Aliki Beach

The longest beach of the island together with neighboring Bonatsa forms an almost uninterrupted strip of about 1 kilometer. The sand is mixed with pebbles and stones and there are no sunbeds, but there are two tavernas for those looking for a place to grab a bite. Near the beach, one can see the Aliki lake, an important wetland that hosts many migratory birds in winter and spring – more than 260 species, including swans and herons.

  • beach
  • bird watching
  • nature
  • not organized
  • pebbled
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