Swimming in the crystal clear waters, Lihadonissia

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Thinking that she was cheated on by her husband, Hercules' wife or Dinaire sent a sterile tunic to Lichas, his faithful servant. Hercules grabbed Licha and slammed him into the sea. His pieces were struck around Cape Kineos, today Kavos Lihadas, then Neptune transformed the small islands and today the Limandolissía. It is an ideal destination for day trips, explorations and swimming on the incredible beach of Monolia. Lihadonissia is a cluster of islands and islets, consisting of Monolia, Big Stroggylí , Little Stroggylí, Steno, Vagia, Voria, Limani and other small docks. In Megali Stroggylí, there is space and in Monolia there is an old settlement and the bay that connects the boats and from there you can find yourself on the unique and incredible sandy beach of Liahadonissi. There is a unique beach bar on the islet, which helps the visitor enjoy the crystal clear crystal clear waters, the glittering sun under the umbrellas and the sun loungers. Swimming will require a mask to explore the dark volcanic rocks to the right and left of the beach. Lihadonissia is a popular destination during the summer months and boats arrive from many locations around the area, such as Kamena Vourla, Molos, Agios Konstantinos, Kavos Lihadas, Agios Georgios Evia, Glyfa Fthiotida. Visitors should be aware that the seats for umbrellas and sun deck chair are not unlimited, so it is advisable to have an umbrella with them.

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    • 38.9, 24.5167
    • Country: Greece

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