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Roussoum Yalos

The small village of Roussoum Yalos lies in a bay adjacent to Patitiri, no more than a 10-minute walk from the port. In Roussoum Yalos, there is also a wide pebbly beach with crystal clear waters.

  The beach is surrounded by piny steep cliffs that are gradually smoothed out to create amazing natural scenery.

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Old Village

The Old Village of Alonissos is a tangle of narrow streets and steep stairs; local stone-built houses are surrounded by climbing vines and flower gardens. Located in a privileged part of the island, the view from the Old Village is amazing.

Visitors can enjoy the view over a large part of the landscape, as well as the sea surrounding the island from both sides.Visitors can enjoy the view over a large part of the landscape, as well as the sea surrounding the island from both sides.

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Patitiri

Patitiri village is the picturesque central port and the capital of the island. "Patitiri" in Greek means "wine-press" and therefore, the name of this area dates back to the time when viniculture was the main source of income for local population.

In the port of Patitiri, there are several cafés and local taverns to choose from and enjoy the ambience of the port, watching the fishing boats and yachts lying at anchor. Walking to the end of the port, there is a small beach with crystal blue waters surrounded by yellowish rough cliffs and pine trees. By nightfall, all these cliffs are beautifully illuminated. Looking towards the end of the bay, you can also see two neighbouring islands called Dio Aderfia (Two Brothers).

 

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Vótsi

Vótsi Beach Alonnisos. One of the most picturesque corners of Alonnisos island and beautiful beaches.The wonderful Vótsi the small but beautiful beach will charm you for sure. Distance from Patitiri 2.0 about five minutes by car.

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Steni Vala

Steni Vala is a fishing village in the south-eastern part of the island, about 10km from Patitiri. The road leading to the village goes through thick pine forests and olive groves with stunning view over the creeks of the south-eastern coast.

 Enjoy the panoramic view over the sea and the neighbouring uninhabited islands walking your way down to the beach.

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Kalamakia

Kalamakia is the last built-up area found along the coast, 12km northeast of Patitiri village. Here, there are no more than a few houses in between the seashore and the steep wooded hillside.

Just a small port and a few houses overlooking the eastern part of the island... The port is part of the pier and the breakwater constructed to protect the village in harsh weather conditions.

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Vrisitsa

Next to the Gialia there is the Vrisitsa beach which is accessible by road that starts from the old village and also by hiking. The road is unpaved and quite difficult in many places.

A hug that opens to the NW. If blows North or Northwest wind the beach is affected by the waves. It has wonderful nature and hiking trail is really beautiful. Distance from Patitiri 5.2 km about 15 minutes by car.

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Glifa

The beach is located just above the picturesque Steni vala. Clear water and beautiful scenery and amazing food here in taverns anchorage few meters from the beach.

 Distance from Patitiri 11 km about 10-15 minutes by car.

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Kokkinokastro

This beach is tinged with so many different shades of amazing colours...! Kokkinokastro beach is one of the most impressive beaches on the island, not to mention the deep blue sea, the steep cliffs, the yellowish sand, the colourful pebbles and the surrounding pine trees. When approaching the beach from above, don't miss the view to the huge reddish cliff entering the sea and forming a small cape.

 The very name of Kokkinokastro (Red Castle) indicates what archaeological excavations have already shown, that is remnants of an ancient village.

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Spartines

Those 3-4 larger and smaller successive beaches are called Spartines. Some of them accessible by trail, while others only by sea.

Beautiful beaches surrounded by greenery and the distinctive coastline of Alonnisos as you can see throughout the geological evolution of the area. Distance from Patitiri about 2 km 5-10 minute drive.

 

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Chrissi Milia

Chrissi Milia or Palavodimou Lakka. The most popular beach of the island. Fine sand, shallow water, ample parking.!

The bay is encircled by dense pine forest that smells of thyme. The sand dominates inside and out and the shallow waters invite young and old at endless games. Distance from Patitiri 6.0 km about 10-15 minutes by car.

 

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Leftos Gialos

Alonnisos beach Leftos Gialos. Another beautiful beach in Alonnisos with pebbles (depending the winter wave from small to very large). Crystal clear waters and beautiful green.

 It has very good tavernas (perhaps the best) located behind the beach. Sometimes at noon excursion boat is likely to arrive from Skopelos island and stops for 2 hours. Distance from Patitiri 7 km about 13-15 minutes by car.

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Tzortzi Yialos

Tzortzi Gialos Beach in Alonnisos. Small beach with small tavern. Shallow water with fine sand while on the beach dominates small pebbles.  One of the most picturesque bays of Alonnisos.

Distance from Patitiri 5.8 km approximately 11-15 minutes by car. 

 

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Roussoum Yalos

The small village of Roussoum Yalos lies in a bay adjacent to Patitiri, no more than a 10-minute walk from the port. In Roussoum Yalos, there is also a wide pebbly beach with crystal clear waters.

  The beach is surrounded by piny steep cliffs that are gradually smoothed out to create amazing natural scenery.

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Gialia

One of the most picturesque beaches of Alonnisos. Accessible by passable dirt road with the traditional Windmill on the rocks . The beach is exposed to waves ( in North northwest wind ) . If the north wind bring some trash would be nice if all of us gather in order to keep the beach clean.

The landscape around the beach is beautiful as the north wind has shaped the landscape with colorful shrubs . The road reaches the beach but you can get here also from the path that starts just before the Old Village . Distance from Patitiri 3.5 km about 10 minutes by car .

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Agios Demetrius

Agios Demetrius beach needs no introduction... Describing it as the most beautiful beach on the island is not quite enough. The clear blue waters and pure white sand lend an exotic touch to the beach!

 In fact, the waters of the Northern Sporadic are included amongst the list of the clearest waters around the world, which are ideal for swimming and other activities. This beach has pebbles and a horseshoe shape headed to the waters, which gives it a dramatic appearance. Its access is given by a group of dirt criss-crossed roads with chain link fencing. This may seem a little confusing, but responds to the typical Greek style. 

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Vótsi

Vótsi Beach Alonnisos. One of the most picturesque corners of Alonnisos island and beautiful beaches.The wonderful Vótsi the small but beautiful beach will charm you for sure. Distance from Patitiri 2.0 about five minutes by car.

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