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Plaka is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, where it's golden sand and it's crystal clear blue water creates an exotic scene.
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Plaka beach is located on the southwestern coast of the island, 8km from Chora. It’s the natural extension of St. Anna Beach and stretches out for about 4 km. It can be reached by driving on an asphalt road until St. Anna Beach and then continuing on a well maintained dirt road.

Plaka beach is one of the most beautiful and famous beaches on the island. It has inviting golden sand and clear blue waters. This long beach has something to offer everyone. It attracts families and couples, as well as offering discreet areas for nudists. Most of the beach has been left to its natural beauty but there are some, small organized parts where you can find sun beds and umbrellas.

Plaka beach has a wide range of facilities close by. You can stay in one of the many charming hotels that offer excellent views of the beach itself. Have a cool refreshing drink in one of the stylish bars or cafes, or choose from a wide range of local and international cuisine offered the numerous taverns and restaurants in the area.

A "walk" at the beaches of Agios Prokopios and Plaka, at 15th of August 2013.
Beautiful hotels in Naxos just a few steps from the beach, at Agios Georgios, Agios Prokopios, Plaka and Pyrgaki beach.
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