About Kokinos Kavos beach
If you walk along the steep shores north of Maridati till Vai palm grove, you will meet several small coves, totally secluded accessed only by boat or on foot (it takes 2:30 hours to reach Vai). The first beach you meet is called Kokkinos Kavos (Red Cape), named after the reddish rocks of the area. The seabed is sandy and pebbly in places.
Kokinos Kavos beach is located in the southern part of the island of Corfu, Greece.
Yes, Kokinos Kavos beach is suitable for swimming, but visitors should be cautious of the strong currents.
No, there are no water sports available at Kokinos Kavos beach.
Yes, the village of Kavos is located nearby Kokinos Kavos beach.
Yes, there is a parking area available at Kokinos Kavos beach.
No, there is no fee to enter Kokinos Kavos beach.
No, there is no lifeguard on duty at Kokinos Kavos beach. Visitors should exercise caution when swimming.
No, there is no restaurant or cafe at Kokinos Kavos beach. Visitors should bring their own food and drinks.
No, there is no dress code at Kokinos Kavos beach. Visitors should dress appropriately for the beach.
No, Kokinos Kavos beach is open 24 hours a day.
The water colour of the beach is blue.
The beach has pebbles and fine pebbles.
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 by boat or walking.
Yes, the beach is nudism friendly.
Yes, the beach is ideal for snorkeling and spearfishing.
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