Paltsi is a remote beach on the southeast coast of Pelion, also called Agios Konstantinos by the locals. Actually Paltsi is the name of a small neighborhood of summer houses less than 1 km from the sea and thus the beach is rather known as Paltsi than as Agios Konstantinos.

Paltsi is a large cove surrounded by high cliffs and interesting rock formations in pink-reddish color. It is covered with coarse sand and pebbles, and there are no facilities likes sunbeds and parasols although there is a taverna right behind the beach. The most shallow part is around the large piece of rock which sticks out of the sea next to shore and depending on the sea level sometimes strips of sand are formed around it.

On the map you can see that Paltsi is between Potistika and Mortia but they have no direct connection suitable for cars - there is a dirt coastal road which links all three of them but it is very narrow and in bad condition, unless you have a four-wheeler. The best way to reach Paltsi is from Argalasti.

highlights: remote beach with pink-reddish rock formations, beach in Pelion, Thessaly, Greece

Photos from Paltsi
Beach artCloudy dayArtistic piece of woodSand and sporadic pebblesRocks at one endSand and rocksSome buildings around the beachBushes and sandThe road behind the beachNeighborhood of houses 1 km from the beach
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Location: view on map

Paltsi photo gallery