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The camp site run a cantina on the beach for sandwiches and drinks as well as a full taverna within their site. Being a little further from Gythio is does not get as busy as the beach at Stomia Bay at Mavrovouni, just outside Gythio. The beach is a stunning, long sweeping bay of golden sand.


Two sandy beaches lie in Kato Vathi Bay, a little further on from Agenaros. As you drop down to the bay, ignore the right turn and keep straight to an old stone bridge. The first beach lies in the hamlet of Kamares, at the end of the road to the left and has a taverna at one end. The second beach and the road on to Skoutari requires crossing the ford at the bridge (which will be dry in summer). The marshland behind the second beach is a haven for migratory birds in the spring and a haven for camper vans in the summer.

Paganea beach

A small, pebbly beach, although the road dwon to it is in poor condition

Skoutari beach

The beach is a wonderful, sandy stretch with a pleasant taverna at one end and a small harbour at the other- beyond the taverna is another smaller sandy beach. Right on the edge of the beach is a small, 15th century domed church dedicated to St. Barbara with a few remaining late 18th century frescos inside.

Halikia beach, Kotronas

The small, pebbly beach at Kotronas.

Stomia Bay, Mavrvouni

As Gythio nears you will come to stretch of road hosting a plethora of petrol stations and campsites. Getting to the long sandy beach of Stomia Bay is not as easy as it should be as many of the campsites that lie between the road and the beach control access. The easiest way is to turn right at the end of this stretch of road just after the KMOIL garage on the left. The beach has a number of bars/tavernas/apartments and will get quite busy in the summer due to its close proximity to Ghythio. However it is over a km long so it should not be difficult to walk a little way to get away from the crowds.


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