Glyfa beach is located between the village of Aliki and Drios at the south part of the island next to Tripiti beach. Glyfa is a quiet beach with sand and pebbles. The beach is not organized and you can sit in the shade under the trees if you do not have your own umbrella. There are rocks at the east side of the beach, so you can explore them with a mask and flippers. Glyfa beach is preferred by locals with families as the water is shallow and calm, suitable for children. At the rear part of the beach there is a tavern serving local traditional recipes. In order to reach Glyfa, you take the road and at the southest point you turn towards the downhill road to the sea. There is a signpost there and at the end of that road you turn left at the junction following the sign. A few hundred meters further, you will see the beach to your left.
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