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Gialos beach on Lefkada Greece
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Gialos is a long beach on the island of Lefkada in Greece. A narrow road leads down to it and you can drive all the way down to it. The sand on the beach is a bit rougher compared to other beaches in the area. The bottom where we stayed was made up of a bit larger stones rather than sand and was not ideal for bathing and swimming. Since it is quite a long beach other parts might however be better and its great length means there is lot of space between visitors. A small stretch at the start of the beach had sunbeds to rent.

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Uploaded: 01/08/2012
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