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Summer holidays are coming and Lichnos Beach Hotel is getting ready to welcome you from the beginning of May!!! But don’t forget to book your rooms as early as possible to get the early 2012 booking discount!
Lichnos Beach in Parga
Lichnos beach is located 4 km to the South from Parga. It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Epirus and by far the most famous beach in Parga Greece. In fact, it is one of those amazing Greek beaches where the deep blue water is combined with the green of the olive groves, all in one picture.
Lichnos beach is sandy and has some large pebbles. Its waters are deep and clean; frankly speaking, it is possible to fish on this beach. You will have the chance to practise some unusual water sports in Lichnos beach, such as diving, scuba diving, jet skiing, snorkeling and surfing. Lichnos has also pedalo rentals which are very entertaining and allow exploring the Ionian Sea with their famous caves around. Those who prefer tranquil activities, like sunbathing, can also feel very comfortable in Lichnos beach in Parga.
There are mini market and some good cafes and taverns in Lichnos beach, which offer delicious Greek food and work all day.
Lichnos beach may be a little busy in the daytime due to its amusing activities but the sunset gives the opportunity to enjoy a quiet environment.
The beach of Lichnos can be accessed by car, boat or on foot. There is a paved road all the way to the beach but it is advisable to start early in the morning, in order to avoid the strong sun and the heat. Otherwise, you can go by car and bicycle or by boat from the harbor of Parga.
If you visit Lichnos beach, you should definitely go to the cave of Aphrodite. It is located in a 5-minute distance and can be accessed only by boat or a pedalo. According to the myth, Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, used to take her bath in that cave…