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Pisolivadi
Greece

Piso Livadi is a small fishing port which has been transformed and intensely developed in order to attract tourists. From this little port, daily trips to Naxos, Ios, Santorini and Amorgos are organized. South of Piso Livadi one can find the Golden Beach, which is considered as one of the best spots in the Mediterranean for slalom windsurfing.

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