This is a mostly sandy beach with crystal-clear water and a lovely view out to the little islet with the whitewashed chapel of Agios Ioannis on. The beach lies in a wide bay at the southern end of the island, not far from the main port. It is one of the longest beaches on the island, lined with some tamarisk trees for shade. The bay is sheltered from almost all winds, so it becomes the perfect destination for particularly windy days. Livadi beach doesn’t have any amenities so remember to bring something to drink and eat with you. If you go to the far right of the beach, it's worth having a snorkel around the rocks as you will see a variety of fish, more than anywhere else on the island. A nice rural road takes you close to the beach with plenty of parking at the end and a campground within walking distance. There is a restaurant within the grounds of the organized camping site and some other facilities too.
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