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Accommodation in Maragas

 
 Around the headland south from Agia Anna, and past the tiny church, the coast opens up into a huge vista of flat, sparkling white sand that shoots away into a distant haze. This is the starts of the huge beach known as Plaka but which is so big the various sections have developed their own names. The most northerly beach of Plaka is known as MARAGAS

Maragas was once kilometres of empty beach with a single ramshackle taverna. Now, behind Maragas beach is a wide dirt track, substantial enough to take cars and even buses, and lined with tavernas, bars, apartments, shops and a camp site partly hidden in the trees and bamboo.

A few straggly trees line edge the track and in their shade a few wooden tables and chairs give the scene a big dollop of romance. The track eventually peters out in the dunes to where Plaka proper begins and where the naturists like to hang out.

 
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