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Porto Katsiki

Listed under Beaches in Ionian Islands, Greece.

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This is one of the most famous beaches in Greece, at the bottom of an arc of pale cliff that seem to have the clean lines of something designed by an architect rather than a natural wonder. It rises out of the water like a wedge, narrow at the centre of the bay where there are only a few stairs to the sand, and then towering upwards at either end. As well as the white lines of the cliffs, the water is bright, bright blue and the cliffs have grassy topped fringes.

There's parking and canteens, but no where to stay. If you come in the height of the season come down early from Lefkada City or from Athani village so that you can find a parking spot and some space along the beach.

Written by  Jodie Kimbah.

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