Sunday, September 24, 2017

Kokkini Paralia - Red Beach

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This impressive beach is a real attraction of the island! The view of the red, almost vertical, volcanic rocks and the small, reddish pebbles will take your breath away.
Take your camera and get ready, because one does not meet such landscapes every day. Although Santorini offers many such sites, the Red Beach is something extraordinary beautiful. Very close to the archaeological site of Akrotiri and about 8km from Fira, lies this unique beach. One has access by car until to a point (parking available) combined with walking (ascending & descending, but it’s worth it) or by boat from Akrotiri, kamari and Perissa.

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Kamari

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Kamari  is a coastal village on the southeastern part of the Aegean island of Santorini, Greece, in the Cyclades archipelago with a population of approx. 1800 according to the 2001 census. It is part of the Municipality of Thira and is situated approximately 8 km away from the island's capital Fira.  Kamari was built by residents of the nearby village of Episkopi Gonias  which was almost flattened by a devastating earthquake that hit Santorini in July 1956.

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Santorini’s beaches

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At times, Santorini’s black-sand beaches become so hot that a sun lounge or mat is essential. The best beaches are on the east and south coasts.

Aspri (White) beach
Huge white rocks, pumice stone, black sand and white pebbles, crystalline waters: this small beach makes a sharp contrast to the nearby beach of Kokkini (Red) beach. There are a few umbrellas and sun beds, along with a canteen. You can get there following the path from the neighboring beach of Kambia, or by boat from Akrotiri beach and Kokkini (Red) beach.

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Perissa

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Location
Perissa is a beach resort situated 15 km southeast of Fira. It is next to Perivolos, situated in the shadow of the imposing Mesa Vouno, which separates it from Kamari. Perissa used to be a holiday destination for the residents of the island and had fish taverns from the old days. It grew after the 1956 earthquakes when it started being densely populated.On the beach, which has fine black sand, you will find sun beds and umbrellas.

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