PERDIKA (Small town) THESPROTIA
The most picturesque beach of Perdika with the reachable by swimming islet in front. There's no other than the recently built church of "Ag. Paraskevi" building in the area. An olive grove right behind the sand adds to the beauty and tranquility of the place.
On your way to Ag. Paraskevi, after you have turned left heading to Sivota from Perdika, you will see Kamini. Right after it there's one more beautiful beach - Agali.
A most quiet, pebbly - sandy beach and a camping site next to it in an olive grove. It is the nearest to the village beach, the first you will meet on the road to Sivota
The three furthest to the North beaches of Perdika only the largest of which is accessible by car (left picture foreground). For the second one you will have to leave your vehicle at the side of the road above and walk down a steep path or reach all of them by boat.
The furthest to the South beach of Perdika and the most "unknown" one since it is not easily accessible. It is located behind Dimokastro hill as we see it from Karavostasi and it has fine sand and very shallow water. If you like remote places or you simply want to... "get away from it all" and you like trekking or you own either a 4x4 vehicle or a appropriate motorcycle you will be compensated by your visit here.
AMMOUDIA (Village) PREVEZA
Ammoudia beach the gulf that is found in the estuaries of river Aheron. Magic landscape with wide sandy beach with shallow waters and rocks in her nothern face where its depth is small. Very near to Nekromanteio.
ARILAS (Settlement) THESPROTIA
Fine grey sand and very shallow water. Ideal for young children and water games. It's just one kilometre away from Karavostasi (asphalt road) and 5,6 km from the village (also asphalt road). There is a harbour for small - medium sized boats
KARAVOSTASSI (Beach) THESPROTIA
7 kilometres of asphalt road from the village itself (1km from Arilla beach). Comperatively deep water, white, thick sand. The ancient town "Elina" (Dimokastro) was built on the left (facing sea) hill. "Paramithiotis" river flows into the sea here. A short dirt road leads to the "Ag. Athanasios" monastery and the recreation park
1. Mega Ammos Beach
2. Lygia Beach.
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