Athens Kokkino Limanaki beach

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Kokkino Limanaki Beach in Athens: Kokkino Limanaki, named after the red cliff that surrounds it, is a sand-filled coast with plenty of scattered pebbles along its length! Boasting a smooth water entrance and a clear sea, it is largely preferred for a quick swimming session by the nearby residents! 

This seashore is non-organized, lacking loungers, umbrellas, and beachside establishments, though it does have a handful of changing booths for its visitors! In addition, there is an organized camping site in the area of Kokkino Limanaki, whereas the surfing school near the shores can provide an unforgettable experience for both beginners and advanced surfers! Frequented by families, surfers, and campers alike, Kokkino Limanaki is for everyone!

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1 Review
  • anna_papa 19 Jul 2008
    Relaxing on weekdays
    Athens has a few good beaches and you have to travel about an hour or more to get one. Kokkiko Limanaki is such a nice, relaxing beach close to Rafina. It will take you about 2 hours to go there from the centre. The beach seems clean but the seafloor has big pebbles. The coast is short and big rocks are around the beach. You can go to Kokkino Limanaki by car only and the best time is on a weekday evening, because on weekends you will meet much traffic. You park the car and go down a short street to reach the beach. Some summer houses are there. There is also a cafe on top of a hill overlooking the sea, but no taverns or hotels.