East of the main beach of Hiona, there are several small coves, where you can find a quiet place to swim alone and nude. The first sandy beach is called Bondalaki and is possibly the most beautiful of all. Continuing driving along a bad dirt track to the east (to cape Plaka), you will soon meet several coves with pebbles and enjoy the eerie landscape with gorges and wild mounts in the background. The last cove is Skaria and is the easternmost beach of Crete. It is highly affected by the sea currents (unfortunately there is a lot of rubbish). The previous beach, Pilos, is formed in clay ground and is ideal for seclusion.
The Skaria beaches are a group of beaches located in a specific area.
The water conditions at the Skaria beaches vary, so it’s best to check the current conditions before swimming.
Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities at the Skaria beaches, including sunbathing, beach volleyball, and beachcombing.
There may be restaurants or cafes near the Skaria beaches, but it’s best to check the local area for options.
Parking availability at the Skaria beaches may vary, so it’s best to check the local area for parking options.
The presence of lifeguards at the Skaria beaches may vary, so it’s best to check the local area for safety information.
The best time of year to visit the Skaria beaches may vary depending on personal preferences and weather conditions. It’s best to research the local area for more information.
The water colour of the beach is blue.
The beach has pebbles as its sand type.
The beach has a normal water depth.
The sea surface at the beach is usually wavy.
The beach is usually quiet with not many people around.
There are no facilities available at the beach.
The beach can be accessed through a dirt track.
No, there is no other information available about the beach.
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