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Potamia

Potamia is nestled in the hills of mount Ipsárion in the north east of Thassos. This isn’t the sort of village that most holiday makers would want to stay in as it’s too quiet, if however you like to visit the real Greece then Potamia could be a good option.

Agios Georgios

The village of Agios Georgios is nestled in the trees up on the hill side to the north west of Thassos, it's a very small village with no hotels so it's not somewhere you can base your holiday but it is a lovely place for a short visit to get away from the crowds.

Astrida

Astrida, sometimes also known as Astris is an area of unspoiled natural beauty with gently sloping hills and rocky scenery nestled among olive groves towards the south of Thassos island. There's not much in the way of tourist facilities but that's one of it's charms.

Kallirachi

Kallirachi is on the west side of Thassos, it's a quiet village that has narrow cobbled streets and beautiful houses built from Thassos stone with terracotta roofs. The village has a tranquil, relaxed environment which makes for a lovely afternoon wandering around.

Kazaviti

Kazaviti is a beautiful village set on the mountain slopes of Thassos island, As it’s up in the mountains it offers spectacular views of the island and the Aegean sea, just watch out for those winding roads that lead up to the village, particularly if you’re driving at night.

Foki

Foki beach is a beautiful inlet just south of Fiskardo in Kefalonia, due to it’s location close to Fiskardo it is often called Foki Fiskardi Beach. It's a small beach with white pebbles surrounded by olive trees, there are no sun loungers and the only taverna is not on the beach itself.

Kalamia

Kalamia beach is a beautiful quiet cove and the most northerly of the Lassi beaches along the Fanari road. It never gets too busy and is usually very peaceful, facilities include sun beds with umbrellas and a small bar for drinks, snacks and lunch.

Kaminia

Kaminia beach, which is also known as Mounda Beach,is long, sandy and perfect for swimming, walking or sunbathing. It slopes gently into the sea, you can get out over 50m and still be able to touch the bottom so it’s really safe for youngsters.

Koroni

Koroni beach is a gorgeous sandy cove that lies around the bay of Mounda in Kefalonia, not far from the resort of Skala. Koroni beach is surrounded by steep cliffs and lush vegetation. Access is via a difficult rocky road that takes you down to the beach.

Vatsa

Vatsa is a large sandy beach on the south coast of the Paliki peninsular it has a wooden shack taverna that’s ideal for a relaxed meal and a couple of drinks, there’s a few sun loungers and some shelters made from driftwood that gives the beach a rustic feel.
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