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Petani Beach

Listed under Beaches in Ionian Islands, Greece.

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This beach is wide – up to 50 metres of sand and pebbles between the steep cliffs and the bright blue water's edge in places.  The water comes in an impressive range of shades, especially if you're here for the light and colour shows that are the sunsets.

Once you hit the water the pebbles fall away quickly after sloping so gently all along the beach.  There's a couple of tavernas and some car parks, there isn't any public transport option to get to Petani Beach, and it gets busy in the tourist season.

Written by  Nell Anderson.

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