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|The beach of Agalipa on the island of Skyros in Greece|
Agalipa Beach is a little-known beach on the northwest side of Skyros on Cape Agalipa. It consists of two pieces and it is a beach of pebbles and coarse sand. On the small beach of Agalipa lies a stranded ship (a rather large fishing boat). The beach is located in a small bay and is surrounded by pine trees and high cliffs under which you can find some shade. With some difficulty it is possible to walk to these beaches and in case you find it empty of course you can use it as a naturist beach. Because the beach is so isolated there are no facilities here.
You can only get to Agilapa beach over the water by boat or on foot over a narrow path through the woods (this leads to the larger beach). The boat itself is a remnant of a stranded boat in which nearly a hundred immigrants / refugees were on their way from Turkey to the port of Kimi on the island of Evia, where they planned to arrive during the night. The boat got caught in a storm and the captain decided to strand the boat on the shores of the island of Skyros instead.