About Klimata beach
Klimata (i.e. vines) is located 45km south of Rethymno city, next to the popular beach of Korakas, near village Rodakino. Korakas and Klimata are separated by a short rocky cape. Klimata is a small bay with three consecutive beaches. On the west side of the bay, there is the small harbour of Rodakino, accessed through a cement-paved road starting from Korakas. From there you can easily reach the first beach, situated just next to the harbour. To reach the rest two beaches, you have either to walk there through the first beach or follow the dirt road connecting Korakas to Souda beach at Plakias.
Klimata is not organized at all, only Korakas beach is. All three beaches have fine pebbles and crystal clear waters, while in some places, the rocky seabed is suitable for snorkelling. You will not probably find anyone here, apart from a few fans of seclusion or naturism. The name Klimata (i.e. vines) is taken after the vines that used to be cultivated on the surrounding slopes.
Klimata beach is located in Kefalonia, Greece.
Yes, Klimata beach is suitable for swimming.
No, there are no water sports activities available at Klimata beach.
Yes, Klimata beach is a good spot for snorkeling.
Yes, there is parking available at Klimata beach.
No, Klimata beach is not accessible for people with disabilities.
No, there is no restaurant or cafe available at Klimata beach.
Yes, Klimata beach is suitable for families with children.
Yes, there is accommodation available near Klimata beach.
The water colour of the beach is blue.
The beach has fine pebbles and rocks in some places.
The water depth of the beach is normal.
The surface of the sea at the beach is usually calm.
The beach is usually quiet.
There are no facilities available at the beach.
The beach can be accessed via a dirt track or by walking.
Yes, the beach is nudism friendly.
The beach is ideal for snorkeling and spearfishing.
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