Along with Avali
and Megali Petra
, Kavalikefta is one of the beaches below Kalamitsi
village, so each three of them is sometimes referred to as Kalamitsi beach. Kavalikefta is small and pebbly beach with many pieces of rocks scattered around the shore and in the sea.
The road to Kavalikefta and the other two beaches starts from the village of Kalamitsi, there is a signboard. The road winds all the way down to the beach (4.5 km) and has many hairpin turns. Many people find it scary because it is very narrow and steep and two cars can hardly pass in opposite directions at the same time. The road ends at a small parking right by the beach, no stairs or paths needed to reach Kavalikefta. There is a small cafeteria which rents sunbeds and parasols (EUR 6 per set by 2016) and sells drinks. Instead of sand, the beach is covered with miniature and gentle pebbles, and the deep water around the shore allows jumping from the pieces of rocks.
Just next to Kavalikefta, only 50 meters south, is the large and scenic Megali Petra beach. It is reachable via a short path close to the parking of Kavalikefta.