Kotronas beaches

Kotronas beaches

The central beach of Kotronas is large and sandy, with shallow, crystal clear waters, ideal for small children.

The one you have mostly seen in pictures as “beach of Kotronas”, a pebbled strip of land between two seas, is called Skopa or Nisaki (small island), and if you follow it to its end you will find the small church of Agios Nikolaos on the small “island” (a peninsula, more officially), Skopa.

If you come here feeling like walking a bit more, at the end of the path that crosses the “island” you will find a small, secret, isolated beach, Sikia, which is perfect for hermits, with fantastic waters and natural shades.

A bit further outside Kotronas, on the way to Flomoxori, there is Chalikia Vatta, another amazing beach with big, white pebbles and fantastic blue green waters, perfect for snorkeling.  You should bring your own umbrella because the beach is not organized and there is no shade.


A place made of stone and light

A rough stone, from which smaller and bigger architectural constructions have been built. A stone on which nature insists on growing colorful wildflowers every spring and on which nothing taller than the wildflowers grows. Stone that shines under the sun light.

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