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The beach of Theotokos or Limanaki on the island of Skyros in Greece
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Beaches of Skyros Greece Theotokos or Limanaki Beach (on Google maps indicated as Markesi, but this beach is actually a bit more to the north and is situated in the military zone. I will see if I can change that on their map.) is situated in the northwest of the island at about 12 kilometer distance of the Chora, just above Agios Petros Beach and not far from the military base. It is a quiet and secluded beach without any facilities, but it can get more busy in the high season when Greek families come over and bring their parasols. The beach itself is a sandy beach and not very large. It has thin sand and it is very shallow. You can walk for a long distance into the sea before it gets any deeper. There are a few rocks in the sea. Limanaki beach - as I understand it is most commonly named by the local population - is reached over a dirt track, but the last part to the beach is really bad, so you need a 4x4. The last part to Limanaki beach is wisely done on foot. In the area of Theotokos Beach are a couple of engraved tombs (at Markesi beach, but you cannot go there).


Hans Huisman, http://www.angelfire.com/super2/greece/2018
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