Glyfada

Glyfada

This is not a typical beach and it is suitable for nature lovers who want to escape from other people on the beach. Do not be surprised if you are the only visitors there.

The small road which goes along Glyfada divides the narrow beach strip from a lake full of pink flamingo and other birds. The sand is mixed with pebbles. The beach is not organized and there are no facilities, beach bars, etc.

Glyfada beach is a few kilometers away from the village of Glyfada and there is a signboard in the village which shows the direction. The road which leads to the beach is asphalted but just along the coast it is unpaved and sometimes covered with sand, so you should be careful in that section.

highlights: wild beach for nature lovers, beach in Rhodopi Region, North Greece, Greece

Photos from Glyfada
GlyfadaGlyfadaLong and sandy beachThe road passes through small rural village near the beachThe sign tells to keep right for the beachWater tower at the village entranceClock and road signClock, direction sign and the road to the beachThe beach is long and desertedThe beach sand is mixed with colorful pebblesThe water color is due to the fine sand carried in the wavesCow herds often roam pastures near the beachCows grazing at the back of the beachCow herd at the beachThe beach is long, sandy and rarely visited by peopleWooden debris washed ashoreFlamingos and lagoons next to the beachDistant view to the flamingos in the lagoonAbandoned fishing boat rests near the beachThe road from the beach
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