Karavostasi beach is located near the town of Perdika on the Ionian coast. It is only 13 km from Sivota, and 16 km from Parga by the old and 22 km by the new road.
The road from Perdika to Karavostasi beach is a bit winding and narrow, but good and paved, and very interesting. It passes through unusually beautiful landscapes, olive groves and deciduous forest. As you drive towards the beach, you have the feeling that you are passing through a large natural park.
The beach itself is about 700m long and more than 70m wide. It is sandy and pebbly, with some pebbles. It’s facing west, so you will have the opportunity to enjoy incredibly beautiful sunsets on this beach. There are umbrellas and sunbeds on the beach, and depending on the bar, somewhere you will get them with an ordered drink, while somewhere there is an additional charge. Most of the beach is completely empty and available to anyone who has their own equipment. As there is no natural shade on the beach, we advise you to bring an umbrella. Considering that the beach is large, it is not crowded even in the height of the season. The beach has a gradual depth and no big shallows. There are showers, cabins and toilets on the beach, and a lifeguard is there every day.
If you like to ride a pedal boat, kayak, boat or on a board, and you don’t have your own, you can use them on this beach and explore the surroundings.
In its back there is enough space for parking, and there is also a minimarket. There are also water sports and a couple of beach bars. On the left side, looking towards the sea, on a hill, there is a tavern in a beautiful environment and from the veranda of this tavern you can enjoy a wonderful view of the sea, but also the sunset.
This part of the coast is developing, the beach is the most beautiful and attractive in the area, so hotels and apartments are slowly springing up next to it and on it, such as one on the far right side of the beach looking towards the sea. For now, there aren’t many of them, so you can still enjoy it in peace, without crowds.
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