It consists of two parts divided by a cape, in total length of about 4km. The smaller part of the beach is in front of the camp, and a large part is towards the Holy Mountain. At the end of the larger part there is the wall from which the Holy Mountain begins.
The beach is sandy, and somewhat coarse sand is in the water and on the coast. The depth is gradual, and the sea is crystal clear and transparent.
In front of the camp there are sunbeds provided with a drink, and within the camp is a restaurant and a grassy area that is ideal for children's play. There is also a parking space in the hinterland of the beach. There is also some natural shade in one part of the beach. The largest part of the beach is available to visitors with their own equipment.
Komitsa is big enough to never get crowded. Although it is large, you have impression that it is nicely placed between plenty of forests and greenery.