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greggd12

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In a lot of ways, Anavissos is a typical beach. You can easily come here for the day to relax and enjoy the water and sun. There are plenty of sun beds and umbrellas to rent, which means that you don’t need to bring your own supplies. Because this is a resort area, there are plenty of other things to do. You can spend time in this whole area exploring the shops, eating in some of the restaurants, and even exploring the other sites at Cape Sounion like the Temple of Poseidon.
 
in weekends is not a good choise is very crowded
ps i live near anavissos
 
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k_tsoukalas

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There are so many great beaches in Greece it can be hard to choose! Thanks for sharing information about this stunning beach.
 

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