Preveza Beach at Gomaros Bay
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Panoramic photo by Branimir Minkov Taken 15:56, 06/09/2013 (EEST +0300) - Views loading...

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Preveza Beach at Gomaros Bay

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The Gomaros bay has a huge beach that spans over 12 kilometers. The panorama is shot at the Preveza Beach. The water is very beautiful during the day. The sand has small stones but it is endurable to walk even without water shoes. There are not many hotels along the beach and it is easy to find desolate places for a relaxation or solitude.

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