Arkoudilas

  • Sand
  • Dog friendly
  • Nudist

Arkoudilas beach is located in the southern part of Corfu Island in Cavos, Greece. This sandy beach is surrounded by a beautiful landscape of cliffs with a view of a clean blue water. The beach is pet friendly and it is also visited by nudists. Loungers are available on the beach along with bars and restaurants offering traditional dishes. 

Arkoudilas beach is home to protected species of loggerhead turtles, which lay their eggs on the shore. Loggerhead turtles are an endangered species, and their populations have been declining due to various threats such as habitat destruction, pollution, and fishing. Loggerhead turtles are named for their large, heavy heads, which help them to break open the shells of their prey, which includes crabs, lobsters, and other marine animals. These turtles are also known for their long lifespan, with some individuals living for over 50 years. While it is not common to spot loggerhead turtles at Arkoudilas beach, it is possible to encounter one on the shore. If you do see a loggerhead turtle, it is important to respect their space and not disturb them. Do not touch or harass the turtle, and do not interfere with their nesting process. By protecting the loggerhead turtles and their habitat, we can help to ensure their survival and the continued beauty and diversity of Arkoudilas beach.

The beach is also known for its rich clay that is made up of a variety of minerals, including silica, aluminum, and iron, which are beneficial for the skin and overall health. The clay found at Arkoudilas beach is said to have detoxifying and purifying properties, and it is often used to help improve the appearance of the skin. It can help to reduce inflammation, clear up blemishes, and reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks. There are many ways to use the clay at Arkoudilas beach. You can apply it directly to your skin as a mask, or add it to your bath water for a relaxing and rejuvenating soak. You can also purchase clay products at the beach, such as soaps and lotions, which are made with the clay from the beach. In addition to its skincare benefits, the clay at Arkoudilas beach is also said to have internal health benefits. It is believed to help with digestion and remove toxins from the body, and it has been used for centuries in natural remedies for a variety of ailments.

If you are planning a trip to Arkoudilas beach and are wondering about transportation options, there are a few different ways you can get there. One option is to rent a car, which will give you the freedom to explore the island at your own pace and make stops along the way. The beach has a huge parking space available, so you won't have to worry about finding a place to park. Another option is to take public transportation, such as a bus or taxi. Corfu Island has an extensive bus network that covers most areas of the island, and there are taxi services available as well. This can be a convenient and budget-friendly way to get to Arkoudilas beach, although it may not be as flexible as having your own car. If you are staying in a nearby town or village, you may also be able to walk or bike to the beach. This can be a great way to explore the surrounding area and get some exercise while you're on vacation.

Amenities

  • Parking
  • Loungers
  • Bar
  • Restaurant

    Location


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