Kapari beach is a small and relatively undiscovered small beach a ten minutes walk away from Agios Ioannis Beach, in the south west of the island. When you walk to the church at the end of Agios Ioannis beach you can see the sign. People told us that you could swim in the nude there, but when we arrived there were two families on the beach and they were in bathing outfits :(.
On another visit to Kapari Beach there was a mixed crowd with both naturists and also some people in their textiles.
The beach of Kapari is a not too large sandy beach and the water in the sea is shallow. Kapari Beach is reasonably protected and surrounded by high cliffs. The nearest accommodation and facilities are found in the nearby village of Agios Ioannis, so when you want to visit this beach and stay there for some time it is wise to bring a bottle of water with you. There are no sunbeds and umbrellas for rent on the beach of Kapari and there is no taverne (or at least there was none during our visits, but you never know: things might change).
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