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annaanna

Very Decent
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Category: Kythira Lagkada


Kakia Langada is very close to Agia Pelagia, with a short distance having to be passed by a dirt road.
It has one facility on the beach, is pretty decent in size and has nice water.

It is perfect for those who took a hike through the gorge and need a nice refreshment.



annaanna

Not really a beach
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Category: Kythira Avlemonas beach


The "only" nice thing with the "beach" here is the view and its position. It's nice to take a bath if you are a resident of nearby hotels and the view and colour of the water is very nice, but the beach is very small and it is not for a normal and organized visit.



annaanna

Clean, Pebbled and Deep
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Category: Kythira Lykodimou


A sentence we can repeat for most of the beaches on Kythira - clean, pebbled and deep. :)
This one is pretty deep, with a nice sea bed and not overcrowded.
There are no beach amenities or any facilities for miles around.

The access could be a little tricky, because of the wonky road signs, so pay attention. The road is very narrow and careful drive is your rule number one.



annaanna

One of the Rare Sandy Beaches
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Category: Kythira Diakofti


Diakofti is one of the rare sandy beaches on Kythira, so it is your chance to use it and enjoy the feeling.
I couldn't swim there because it is near port, but I assume it's clean.
It looks very nice and original though.



annaanna

Very busy
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Category: Kythira Chalkos


Chalkos was the most overcrowded beach we visited.
As far as I understood, it is very popular among locals, because there were many of them. And the beach is relatively small.

It has one cafe/snack bar and amenities.

To access the beach, you have to drive a little via dirt road that is pretty tricky (narrow).

As most of the beaches, it is pebbled and has deep waters.



annaanna

Urban Beach
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Category: Kythira Agia Pelagia beach


Agia Pelagia is pleasant, has benches, nice colours and I had a nice rest on it.
Still, as I have already said for Kapsali, I never swim on city beaches, full of facilities, close to the road, and the same goes for this one.
For those who enjoy it, it's clean and close to all the facilities in the town.



annaanna

Not My Thing
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Category: Kythira Kapsali


City beaches are not my thing and I never sit or swim on them.
The only thing I can say about this one is that it is clean, as most of the beaches on the island, as well as the island itself.



annaanna

Most Popular Beach
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Category: Kythira Kaladi


Kaladi is the most popular beach of Kythira, so I'm not sure why the description for the beach says that it is rarely visited and that you go there if you want peace.

The beach is certainly beautiful, has three parts and enough space for everyone.

There are beach accessories during summer, but no beach facilities.
You cannot access the beach by car and have to walk several minutes down nicely constructed path.
Most beaches on Kythira have very deep waters, so it's not really an island for kids.



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Family holiday
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Category: Kythira Kapsali


A place for people who want an amazing relaxing holiday in a paradise setting. We love it there, have been going there since 1983 and have seen many changes, all good. Give it a try.



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Lay back and unwind
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Category: Kythira Kapsali


We spent ten days in the Camping of Kapsali last month and it truly came up to our idea about Relaxing Vacations!! The beach was so great that I felt sorry I hadn't discovered this cozy little island earlier. It has soft sand, very clean water and along the beach there were nice taverns and cafeterias. Their lights created a romantic atmosphere at night. Another good thing is that the beach was organized and lit in the evenings, so we could go night swimming, which I love!!!

Kapsali is probably the most tourist resort in Kythira (along with Agia Pelagia). But Agia Pelagia was a bit secluded from the rest of the island, while Kapsali is so close to Chora, the marvellous capital of Kythira with the impressive Venetian Castle on top and the traditional paved streets. Kapsali seemed to be the centre of all summer activities on Kythira, from nightlife in beach bars till musical concerts. The high mountain above the beach gave a wild aspect in the day and it was nice to see the sun rise beyond it.

The camping was fine, just 2 min walk from the beach, which was a great plus for us. We rented a car for 3 days to see the island and spent the rest on the beach. There are some nice beaches in Kythira, like Melidoni and Lykodimou, and a couple of interesting sights, like the Castle and the Cave of Agia Sofia, but it is mostly an island to lay back and unwind!!! My favourite type of island...



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