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  The unmatched beach of Myrtos, near Assos, combines the wildness of scenery with the unique colour reflections of the sea.
  Wonderful secluded beach in Palliki. A small narrow street leads to the seashore, which you should not fail to visit.
  Two adjoining beaches 7 klm. long are situated at the southern part of Palliki. They are the omst visited of all the Palliki beaches. In the summer of 1997, due to the clarity and clearness of the waters they were awarded with a "blue flag".
  Picturesque beach in a beautiful natural landscape at the northern part of Palliki peninsula with deep blue sea and cosy fish taverns.
  One of the most famous and crowded beaches on the island next to Platis Gialos. The crystal clear sea will excite even the most demanding holiday-maker.
  Spacious organised beach some kilometres from Argostoli. Modern tourist facilities are built around the beach offering the visitors all possible amenities.
  Avithos beach is situated in the area Livatho and has beautiful blue sea and a magnificent sandy beach.
  Lourdas beach is situated at the southwestern part of the island. The visitor has the chance to swim next to the magnificent vegetable-gardens which are still cultivated in the traditional manner.
  Katelios beach, near Skala, apart from the magnificent sea offers a beautiful view to Zakynthos island and the Ionian Sea.
  Skala beach is situated at the southeastern part of the island. Swimming in the blue clear sea of Skala and sunbathing in the huge sandy beach lined by pine trees is a memorable experience.
  Poros, one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, will enchant the visitor with the crystal clarity and clearness of sea.
  Antisamos beach, near Sami, apart from being an ideal place for swimming it is also a natural wind-protected port of small boats.
This text (extract) is cited January 2004 from the Assoc. of Local Authorities of Kefalonia & Ithaca tourist pamphlet.

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