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Antisamos Beach

Listed under Beaches in Ionian Islands, Greece.

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This pebbly, turquoise watered beach nestles into a horseshoe shaped bay just around the corner from the town of Sami. Behind the beach are cliffs, which is where people park their cars, and then green hills rising out of them – so the eye has to contend with a lot of blue and green colouring. There's not a lot of shade, or any watersports gear hire – this is a place to rent an umbrella and a sun lounger and relax and enjoy the view, only moving to fetch some refreshments from the local, but basic, cafe, or to take a dip in the VERY clear waters.

Written by  Jodie Kimbah.

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