“Agia Paraskevi” Beach located in the northeast coastline, in an area called “Nisi”.
In an area, the locals call “Nisi”, along the northeast coastline, extends a beautiful beach, nearby a small village. The area is dominated by the imposing church of Agia Paraskevi, from which the beach and the village took their names. The whole area is called “Nisi” (the Greek word for “Island”) because opposite there is a group of islands, on top of the largest one is the church of Profitis Elias. The beach is small, covered with thin pebbles, but the seabed is full of algae, hence suitable for snorkeling! Beach umbrellas are available, while the surrounding trees provide for natural shade. In the road side you can find restaurants and coffee-shops where you can rest or enjoy your lunch. If you are an expert of snorkeling you will be thrilled!