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Plaka beach on Tilos

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Plaka beach lies just after Agios Antonios beach on the way to the Monastery of Agios Panteleimon. The water is as lovely as on other beaches on Tilos, but the stones are a bit angular and difficult to walk on so a pair of bathing shoes is not wrong.

Little shade. No taverna so you may bring your own food and drinks, or drive to Agios Antonios to eat. The far end of the beach is popular with nudists.

Above Plaka beach is an enclosure which is home to a muster of peacocks. Sometimes they sneak out and sneak around on the beach. They are very cute. The first time I was here, I wondered what on earth the weird noises that were heard could be. It was the peacocks. :-)

Peacocks at Plaka beach.

Peacocks at Plaka beach.


Plaka beach.

Plaka beach.


Plaka beach. Tilos.

Plaka beach. From here it is not far to Agios Antonios beach and the Monastery of Agios Panteleimon.


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