Due to the immense size of this beach there is never any problem going naked as it is easy to find an area where there is no-one else within sight. Panoramic View
This beach is our little
secret and is just oustide our local village of kalamaki. It is a charming
little cove all
by itself and is always deserted. However, reaching it is not for the
faint-hearted, as the last few metres,
after and easy walk through native scrub, involves a fairly steep scramble down the rocks to reach the beach below.
About an hours drive from Fig Leaf Villas will bring you to this wonderful sweeping beach of golden sand.
At first glance you see a concrete car park and often there are camper vans
parked along the edge.
However, by walking a little way down the beach you soon find yourself wandering along an empty and beautiful beach backed by natural scrub and trees.
This is a wonderful sandy beach about 45 minutes away backed by
small sand dunes and scrubby bushes. The sand
shelves very gently into the sheltered water, an ideal beach for young children. There is an area at the far end
which is often frequented by naturists and is a stunningly beautiful location.
One of the most beautiful nearby beaches where you will find fellow naturists in the central section. It is a wide sandy beach which shelves gently into the water and is backed with dunes filled with wild herbs and lilies. The view of the islands and peninsula is wonderful. It is about 45 minutes drive from the villas..
This beach is famous for being the most beautiful beach in Greece! it is an amazing horseshoe shaped beach with a lagoon behind it, making one of the most unusual and dramatic settings for a beach you are ever likely to see. There are two ways of approaching the beach. You can park in a small car park right at the end of the road that backs Hrisi Ammos beach. You can walk up to Paleokastro from here and from the old castle you will get the best view of Voidokilia beach. Alternatively you can walk an easy path alongside the lagoon, pausing to watch the wildlife as you go. This walk takes you about half an hour and brings you to some large sand dunes at the back of the beach.
The other approach takes a little finding driving down the narrow country
lanes to the Northern end of the beach, but there you will find a large
car park and you can walk straight onto the beach.
Because of its reputation, this beach can get quite busy in high season, but is still quiet outside of August and the end of July and genrally is a textile beach.