Polis Beaches Part 2

Published 25th of August, 2020

In this report we originally planned on showing you the beaches from Kato Pyrgos to Polis. However, there were so many that we have had to split it in two, so join us as we travel from Kato Pyrgos to the outskirts of Pomos. In our next blog we will continue the journey to Polis.

End Of The Line

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The journey to Kato Pyrgos is straightforward. You get on the coast road from Polis and stay on it until you come to the border. Then you turn around and head for the car park by the church. If you do that you will see a sign for a medieval fort. Follow that sign, and you will see another sign for a beach. This is the beach.

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Grape Beach

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There is a tavern here too, as well as a small car park.

View From The Fort

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You should also visit the old fort while you are here, as there are spectacular views of the entire valley.

Take The Tour

For more information on Grape Beach, including a handy map:

Visit the Grape Beach Page

Kato Pyrgos Campsite

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Just up from Grape Beach is the campsite. We were very impressed with this. There were plenty of bins here, that were being used, and the area was very clean.

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