Lampinou Beach

Lampinou Beach

Lampinou Beach is a small rocky cove below the mountainous village of Lampinou, east Pelion. It is locked between two high rocks, at the exit of a gorge, and thus it is more sheltered from the winds compared to the rest beaches on the east coast of the peninsula.

The beach has coarse sand mixed with pebbles and transparent blue water. The rocks from both sides have small sea caves to explore and it is suitable for snorkeling. In the summer a beach bar called Chromata maintains the place and offers sunbeds, drinks and snacks. This beach is visited mostly by locals because it it away from the main road and not as famous as Mylopotamos and Damouchari, so usually there will be space even in July and August.

Lampinou beach can be accessed via the road which passes through Lampinou village, it is narrow but paved and the distance is about 4 km. The road ends at a small parking place just above the sea and after that you need to descend on a few steps down to the beach. Before you reach the parking place, on the right side of the road you will see the Monastery of Panagia Lampidona.

highlights: rocky rove with blue water and beach bar, beach in Pelion, Thessaly, Greece

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Blue water and rocksThe beach seen from aboveThe sea cavesView from the beach barOut of seasonBlue-green waterSmall sea cavesSand and rocksRocks next to the beachThe sandEmerald seaWay down from the beach barExit of the gorge on the beachThe beach seen from above
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