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Kavalikefta beach, Kalamitsi Lefkada Greece

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Just look at the picture and decide if it's worth visiting! The car park charges about 3€, but you can leave your car outside the car park. There is also a small cafe right above the beach.
The drive to this beach is a bit difficult because the road is steep, narrow and in poor condition. The views are amazing however. This beach cannot accomodate a large number of people, but it's probably one of the prettiest of the island.

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Questo panorama è stato scattato in Greece, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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