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Agriolivado Beach, Patmos Island, Greece.

Nestled between Skala and Kampos Beach on the enchanting island of Patmos, Agriolivado Beach emerges as a tranquil haven cradled by rolling hills. This picturesque gem offers a unique blend of natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and exceptional beach service, making it a standout destination for both locals and travelers.

A Family-Friendly Oasis

Agriolivado`s gentle waves and shallow depths create an ideal playground for toddlers, ensuring a worry-free experience for parents. The waters are notably warmer than other beaches due to the protection of Saint Thekla island, making it an inviting spot for families to unwind.

Skipper Beach Bar

In addition to its natural beauty and family-friendly atmosphere, the beach is also a popular destination for young couples and fun seekers alike, thanks to its lively Skipper beach bar. This vibrant spot offers a refreshing selection of coffees, granitas (fruit slushy) cocktails, beers, and other beverages salads and snacks, as well as upbeat music and a fun-loving atmosphere.

Traditional Greek Restaurant

Steffanos and his family have been serving up authentic Greek cuisine at this beachfront restaurant for generations. They are the caretakers of this beach, and their efforts to preserve traditional Greek flavors have earned them the respect of locals and visitors alike.

Hidden Coves and Explorations

For the adventurous, Agriolivado offers hidden coves accessible only by boat. Paddle boats are available for rent, providing a unique opportunity to explore these secluded corners of natural beauty. However, it`s advised to embark on this adventure in fair weather, as currents can grow strong towards the end of the cove.

The Enchanting Saint Thekla

Gazing towards the horizon, one can`t help but be captivated by the sight of Saint Thekla, a charming little island that lends its name to the beach. Graced with a quaint church, the island invites visitors to paddle their way to its shores, where another inviting beach awaits.

A Harmonious Blend of Nature and Amenities

Agriolivado Beach boasts a generous expanse of sand and pebbles, where visitors of all ages can revel in the warm, shallow waters. The beach is split in half, with the organized section offering sunbeds, umbrellas, and a lifeguard. The natural section offers tamarisk trees for shade, making it a popular spot for those seeking a more secluded experience.

With a host of amenities ranging from water sports to a traditional taverna and a beach bar, Agriolivado promises something for everyone. Visitors can savor traditional Greek cuisine while enjoying stunning views of the Aegean Sea or sip on refreshing cocktails while their kids play in the sand.

Most frequent asked questions

  • Getting to the beach: Agriolivado Beach is located about 3.1 kilometers north of Skala, the main port of Patmos. You can reach the beach by car, taxi, or bus. If you`re staying in Skala, you can also walk to the beach in about 35 minutes.
  • Best time to visit: Agriolivado Beach is a popular destination, so it`s best to visit during the shoulder seasons (May-June and September-October) to avoid crowds. If you`re visiting during the peak summer months (July-August), be sure to arrive early to secure a sunbed and umbrella.
  • Things to do: In addition to swimming and sunbathing, there are a number of other activities you can enjoy at Agriolivado Beach. You can rent a paddle boat or canoe and explore the hidden coves, or go for a paddle to the island of Saint Thekla. There are also several hiking trails in the area, offering stunning views of the coastline.
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