Kapsali Beach (Peristerionas)

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The beach of Kapsali (or Peristerionas, meaning the Pigeon or Dove) is close to a Cape of the same name (Peristerionas)

The beach of Kapsali (or Peristerionas, meaning the Pigeon or Dove) is close to a Cape of the same name (Peristerionas): between Keratokampos and Arvi. Isolated and without development, it is sandy, with also rocks and blue waters – it remains undiscovered by the hoi.

You will find no rent-rooms or hotels nearby: Keratokampos is the nearest seaside settlement that can supply all your needs.

To get here, you must go the village of Kapsali, which is located a few kilometers east of Keratokampos. From Kapsali sets out a dirt-road which leads to Cape Peristerionas. There you will leave your vehicle and continue on foot to the beach.

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  • location Keratokampos, Viannos, Heraklio
  • free camping Yes
  • nudism Yes
  • beach type Sandy
  • accommodation No
  • dinning No
  • other facilities

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Access Info

relevant routes & paths:

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Distance: 77 km from Heraklion.

By car/motorcycle: To reach Peristerionas, get first to Kapsali village a few kilometers east of Keratokambos. From Kapsali starts a dirt road that leads onto Cape Peristerionas. Leave your vehicle there and continue on foot to the beach.
On foot: From Keratokambos and Armenopetra you can walk to the beach at Peristeriona.

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