If you head west of Papadiokambos settlement, especially on windless days (very rare!), it is worth leaving your car off the road, crossing the wire fence and walking 2 minutes to the exit of the gorge starting close to the Liopetro area and ending at the beautiful beach of Charkomatas, at position Roussa Limni. You’ll get impressed by the amazing formations of the gorge Charkomatas, shaped by laminated sheets of limestone.
There are various activities that can be done at Charkomatas beach such as swimming, sunbathing, beach volleyball, and snorkeling.
Yes, Charkomatas beach is suitable for families with children as the water is shallow and calm, making it safe for children to swim.
Yes, there are several restaurants and cafes near Charkomatas beach where visitors can enjoy a meal or a drink while enjoying the beautiful view.
Yes, visitors can rent beach equipment such as umbrellas and sun loungers at Charkomatas beach.
Yes, visitors can enjoy water sports such as jet skiing, parasailing, and banana boat rides at Charkomatas beach.
Unfortunately, Charkomatas beach is not very accessible for people with disabilities as there are stairs leading down to the beach and the terrain is uneven.
The water colour of the beach is deep blue.
The beach has pebbles as its sand type.
The water at the beach is deep.
The sea surface at the beach is usually very wavy.
The beach is usually quiet.
There are no facilities available at the beach.
The beach can be accessed through a dirt track or by walking.
The beach is nudism friendly and is ideal for snorkeling/spearfishing. There are also rock shades available.
Beach sand type
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