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The beach of Tyros is one of the finest holiday resorts in Peloponnesus. It offers numerous hotels, apartments, tavernas and a colorful nightlife. The seaside settlement of the Sapounokaikon is built along a small bay with the fertile mountains in the background.
Further along from Astros, an area covered in olive, lemon and orange groves you reach Paralio Astros, a pebbled beach with crystal clear waters that attracts thousands of visitors. The fish tavernas, bars and coffee shops as well as the hotels on the coast will satisfy you every need.
This beach looks out onto the Myrtoo Sea and is approximately 3km from the village of Agios Andreas with the picturesque port. It has a very lively atmosphere in summer when the local tavernas are open. You will find the remains of the Cyclopean walls in the area, which once protected the city of Anthini, as well as the grounds of the monastery Orthokostas which consist of a small church dedicated to the Virgin Mary and a high tower from the Venetian era.
Leonidio is situated appox 4km from the beautiful beach of Plaka, the picturesque port of Leonidio with the small settlement and sandy beach built on the ruins of the ancient port. It stretches out for about 4 km until the next settlement, Lakko, and attracts a significant number of visitors in summer when the local fish tavernas are open and the nightlife in the area is at its best. The port connects to Piraeus by flying dolphins but also welcomes numerous, yachts, sailing and fishing boats.
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