Emplisi beach just outside of Fiskardo is easily accessible, has great swimming and views across to the islands of Lefkas and Meganisi. There is good parking although it does get busy in July and August. A small kiosk sells snacks and ice-cream, and is open during high season.
It is the most popular beach of Erisos, a bay with a closed shape, white pebbles and turquoise waters, green trees reaching to the sea, a magnificent landscape. Είναι η πιο δημοφιλής παραλία της Ερίσου, ένας κόλπος με κλειστό σχήμα, κάτασπρα βότσαλα και γαλαζοπράσινα νερά, καταπράσινα δέντρα που…
Emplysi is a charming beach, near the picturesque Fiscardo. It is a bay protected from the winds and it consists of white pebbles. It is surrounded by aged pine and olive trees providing natural shadow to the swimmers.
“Alaties beach is small but perfectly formed where you can lap up the sunshine either on the beach itself or on the surrounding rocks. There’s good parking available and a beach bar serving food all day and into the evening where you can watch the sun set with a cocktail in hand. ”
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“Kimilia beach is a hidden gem accessible only by boat or by foot by following a winding forest path. We recommend you take food and as there are no facilities at the beach.”
“Fantastic place above the tiny pebbly beach of Alaties. Great sunsets, fantastic food & lovely calming atmosphere”
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“Fiskardo Kayaks strives to offer guests a truly memorable, fun day out on the water with countless nearby beautiful secluded blue bays and pebble beaches to visit and explore. Fiskardo Kayaks is proud to offer only the best in kayaks and equipment with all relevant gear needed for a safe, fun and comfortable adventure.”
“Fiskardo Divers Eco-Dive-Resort is a PADI Dive Centre run by Master Scuba Trainer Cedric Georges. Cedric has extensive dive experience and has taught scuba diving in Fiskardo since 2000. The centre caters for all ages and experience levels and are fluent in French, English, Spanish, Greek and also speak some Italian and German.”