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Kioni in Ithaka Port Debarkation
Greece

Kioni is considered the most beautiful village in Ithaca island. It attracts many tourists to its nice bay. It has a cosy little port and an abundance for cafes, restaurants and bars for the comfort of its visitors. On the right side of the port one can take the first small street along the shore which can lead to tiny "wild" beaches - a couple of meters long. They are a little bit stony but the water is crystal clear. Swimming was refreshing that hot afternoon.

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