A Perfect Pit-Stop When Sailing in Greece

By MedSailors Crew published on 3 July 2015

A popular stop for anyone sailing in Greece, the town of Spetses has been inhabited since the Bronze Age, and as such it is steeped in fascinating history and tradition. Of all the beaches on the island of Spetses, there is one that really cannot be missed. And for a beach that calls itself ‘Paradise’, Agia Marina does not disappoint. Not only is the beach easily reached from the island’s main port, but it is one of the most tranquil and picturesque areas across the whole of Greece.

The beach itself is surrounded by a combination of romantic architecture and stunning natural scenery which makes for a truly relaxing environment. And although Paradise Beach is somewhat smaller than others in the vicinity, it still manages to offer a wide range of opportunities. Adventure seekers can take advantage of the many water sports based at Agia Marina, whilst those looking for a more laid-back experience can make the most of the welcoming tavernas offering traditional Greek food and drink.

Greek holiday advice - Island pit-stops

A popular beach in a near-perfect location, it is no wonder that Agia’s combination of natural beauty and relaxing atmosphere has seen it become one of Greece’s best-loved holiday spots.

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