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The Kryoneri beach is the central beach of Parga and is located in Parga, just a few meters away from the center. It is a small, clean, sandy beach with sand and pebbles. The beach is located below the main road of Parga on which there are shops, restaurants, taverns, cafes, bars, souvenir shops etc .

The visitor has a feeling of being on an island. What one sees from the Krioneri beach is the beautiful and picturesque island of Panagia. Αnyone can visit it even by swimming.

It is the city's main organized beach

The Utopia Hotel is located just in front of the Krioneri beach and 5 minutes walk from the center of Parga. It offers comfortable accommodation throughout the year: All studios have a wireless Internet connection, safe, satellite TV, direct dial telephone, air conditioning, central heating, balcony and bathroom with shower. At the hotel's café breakfast is served all day long.

Cam on-line since: 07/14/2016

Comments

  • avatar
    • 13 hours ago
    • Linda Haydon

    Lol!! Some people are just very sad and just like to rain on other peoples parade. Will be there tomorrow will give the webcam a wave when passing.

  • avatar
    • 21 hours ago
    • Neil

    Coz they just can't help themselves!

  • avatar
    • 1 day ago
    • Kath

    How is it that people who obviously aren’t fans of this webcam keep coming back to it?!

  • avatar
    • 2 days ago
    • Jonathan Prime

    Oh dear, have I annoyed someone by pointing out that the sunbeds shown by this camera are closely packed (and illegal). Never mind, I am sure this area has a lot more to offer, indeed I am sure I saw a mini train drive past today.

  • avatar
    • 2 days ago
    • Linda Haydon

    Thanks Kath and agree Stuart as we find plenty of quiet beaches during the day and we love the buzz in the evening in Parga but again plenty of quiet tavernas also if needed.
    Jonathan Prime yawn.

  • avatar
    • 2 days ago
    • Kath

    I agree Stuart. I agree with you too loulou 'each to their own' - the exact same words I used a couple of posts ago.

  • avatar
    • 2 days ago
    • Stuart Bowes

    All this from the view of one webcam, set to show the busiest section of beach for miles around. This is the 'town beach' - not somewhere I'd ever choose to go, but some like it. I would say that before you criticise a resort, at least visit it first. Personally, like I wrote earlier, I love Parga and have been a few times, but like many Greek resorts (including the islands) it will eventually become a victim of it's own success and become overcrowded, but it has still got a while to go yet before I would stop going - there are still plenty of quiet places up and down the coast all served by the frequent water taxis going from the pier and the town is an amazing place in the evening, full of good restaurants and bars. If you want solitude though, go somewhere else - Greece is full of quiet places

  • avatar
    • 2 days ago
    • loulou

    Each to their own.

  • avatar
    • 2 days ago
    • Kath

    So jealous Linda, hopefully we’ll be there next year. Have a great time!

  • avatar
    • 3 days ago
    • Linda Haydon

    Hi Henk &I lse That's exactly how we feel like we are coming home. Cannot wait for Thursday as we are on holiday there for 18 days.

  • avatar
    • 3 days ago
    • Jonathan Prime

    Now it would be fair to say that most of 227 would be around the 200 mark. So someone of 60 years of age would have had to visit more than 3 different islands every year for their entire life to get close to that figure. I suspect that a "pretty good cross section" is somewhat less than 200!

  • avatar
    • 3 days ago
    • Henk&Ilse

    Hoi Linda , je hebt helemaal gelijk . Ik heb al veel gezien van Griekenland maar Parga voelt altijd als thuiskomen . De echte gastvrijheid vind je hier . Fijne mensen , goed eten en zeer betaalbaar . Groetjes Henk&Ilse Henderson

  • avatar
    • 4 days ago
    • Linda Haydon

    Yes it is quiet an achievement and I do realise Greece is vast but have done a pretty good cross section to know Parga is a gem.

  • avatar
    • 4 days ago
    • Jonathan Prime

    That is some achievement Linda if you have been to most of the 6000 Greek islands, perhaps you mean the 227 inhabited ones! Even so, if you have been to most of these then it is still some achievement. I have only managed to visit 31 of the inhabited islands in many years of visiting and now living in Greece for part of the year.

  • avatar
    • 4 days ago
    • Linda Haydon

    Well don't go to Parga if you don't like what you see. We personally have travelled to most of Greece islands and mainland and Parga is by far superior. The people the food, beautiful scenery etc etc. We go there every year and never get fed up. Also we do go to a quiet beach by car in the day so there is always that option.

  • avatar
    • 4 days ago
    • loulou

    Nothing much else to see to debate about other than sunbeds!!!