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blopez34

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Kolymbia is a popular resort village by the beach that has many luxe hotels, beaches and spas. If you're looking to relax, I suggest you come here!!
 

Tpebop

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Sorry but Kolymbia is NOT by the beach.From most hotels its a long walk to a beach. Just for your information Kolymbia has more than one beach.
 

blopez34

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Tpebop

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yes that is kolymbia.As I said , the beaches of kolymbia are a long walk from most hotels.
 

tomipark

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yes that is kolymbia.As I said , the beaches of kolymbia are a long walk from most hotels.
Where are most of the hotels and resorts? Are there any by beaches?
 

Tpebop

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On the west side @ ixia, but it is windy that side of the island.
On the east side Faliraki
 
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tomipark

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k_tsoukalas

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Sorry but Kolymbia is NOT by the beach.From most hotels its a long walk to a beach. Just for your information Kolymbia has more than one beach.
Just because the beaches are a "far walk" doesn't mean a town or village can't be considered "by the beach". So take a taxi maybe if one can't walk?

Here are some reviews - the original poster is right - the reviews make it sound like everything is much closer together than they are:


I know what you mean, though, when a place is called a "resort town", we tend to have this idea in our minds that everything is closer together. Thank you for letting the community know what to expect!
 

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