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Platia Ammos

Paliki Peninsula | Lixouri, 28200, Greece
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Exciting and scarying beach!

We were on Kefalonia first time in the year 2010. and than we tryied to see as much as it was... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2017
Belgrade, Serbia
Pure heaven!

My boyfriend and I visited Platia Ammos last year in September. The earthquake destroyed most of... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2017
Zana S
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“the cliff” (2 reviews)
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Paliki Peninsula | Lixouri, 28200, Greece
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Reviewed 9 July 2017

We were on Kefalonia first time in the year 2010. and than we tryied to see as much as it was possible! Before we travelled we had looked for more and more information about Kefalonia . Than we decided to must see beaches Myrtos, Platia...More

Thank micaba
Reviewed 6 March 2017

My boyfriend and I visited Platia Ammos last year in September. The earthquake destroyed most of the stairs, and that is what we saw first when we got to the top of the cliff: there were maybe only 30 steps left (and there used to...More

7  Thank Zana S
Reviewed 27 October 2016

it was a fun day , first we got very late, then we had kids (don't , neveeeeeer) the place is fantastic .for 1-3 days camping because of the stairs (I don't remember how many) you have to be very organize so , before you...More

1  Thank _vagn2011
Reviewed 12 September 2016

So, because of very various comment's there, while someone's claim that the access to the beach is possible and others that is not, we decided to take a closer look. And to be honest, it is impossible to reach the beach with slippers, because that...More

10  Thank ganadox
Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

We tried to visit this beach on July 2016. To begin with, the dirt road that leads to it is closed. It is possible however to drive until a certain point and then continue walking (about 600 m). Then we reached the famous staircase and...More

4  Thank NigriParis
Reviewed 16 July 2016

Well, to enjoy your swimming hear you nees to be young enough to climd all these stairs (and there are many of them), to also get supplies (there is nothing down there) and to not mind the big shingle (no sandy beach there). However, if...More

Thank OneBlackCat
Reviewed 6 July 2016 via mobile

We left our car at the top of the hill and walked down. The road is closed, but you can walk to the point where the stairs start. There's a nice view of the whole beach but you can't get to it because the stairs...More

2  Thank tci210
Reviewed 18 December 2015

Imagine Myrtos beach a few decades ago...Secluded and virgin beach with crystal clear waters. The beach was created after an earthquake and I reckon that future earthquakes will make inaccessible in the years to come. Ideal for those who love adventure, isolation and peace. Please...More

1  Thank Konstantinos C
Reviewed 9 August 2015

Beautiful spot but due to landslide the road is very poor and the 280 steps have disappeared. Although tempting would not recommend the descent. We decided it was too dangerous and did not attempt although very tempted. What a shame.

5  Thank Nicholas B
Reviewed 31 July 2015

- The road to the beach is a dirt track, can be challenging at times. - Be prepared and equipped with snacks, refreshments etc. - 300 steps (the last ones were a bit dodgy) Your effort will be compensated with a stunning landscape. A unique...More

2  Thank Konstantinos273
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